Bornstein Law is a San Francisco Bay Area boutique law firm providing an array of real estate and civil litigation legal services. Founder Daniel Bornstein has been practicing law in the area successfully for over 20 years. Bornstein Law assists our Bay Area clients with such issues as: unlawful detainer actions, evictions, non payment of rent, nuisance concerns, subletting, owner-move in (OMI) evictions, real estate, breach of contract, habitability violations, the San Francisco Rent Ordinance, rent control, Oakland Rent Control, and security deposit law.
Apartment Owners Association of California
For over 30 years, the Apartment Owners Association of California, Inc.(AOA) has provided California apartment owners with low-cost, full-service landlording resources, and has provided professional guidance and economic benefits for apartment owners throughout California.
For over 15 years, it has been the mission of the non-profit SPOSF INSTITUTE(SPOSFI) to provide owners of small rental properties (generally, four units or less) in San Francisco with the tools and information they need to conduct business successfully in this difficult regulatory environment. Through its educational programs, publications, and workshops SPOSFI seeks to help its members better understand their rights and obligations, how to work constructively with city and state officials, and how to deal effectively with their tenants.
National Apartment Association
The National Apartment Association (NAA) is the nation’s leading advocate for quality rental housing. NAA’s mission is to serve the interests of multifamily housing owners, managers, developers and suppliers, and to maintain a high level of professionalism in the multifamily housing industry in order to better serve the public’s rental housing needs. As a federation of more than 170 state and local affiliates, NAA is composed of 63,000 members representing 6.8 million apartment homes throughout the United States and Canada. Members in good standing of any affiliated association are automatically considered members of NAA.
California Association of Realtors
The CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (CAR) is a statewide trade association dedicated to advancing professionalism in real estate. CAR develops and promotes programs and services that enhance its members’ freedom and ability to conduct their individual businesses successfully with integrity and competency. Through collective action, the Association also promotes the preservation of real estate property rights. Today, the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® includes more than 117 local member Associations and more than 155,000 REALTORS®, REALTOR®-associates and affiliate members.
San Francisco Apartment Association
The San Francisco Apartment Association (SFAA) has been an advocate for rental housing in San Francisco since 1917. More than 2,000 members enjoy SFAA benefits. SFAA is also dedicated to keeping its members informed about new and proposed laws in San Francisco while fighting to protect the rights of rental property owners. Because San Francisco land use policy changes so often, it is nearly impossible for property owners to keep abreast of the new laws.
East Bay Rental Housing Association
The East Bay Rental Housing Association (EBRHA) is a full-service nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting fair, safe, and well maintained residential rental housing that complies with all local ordinances and state/federal laws. EBRHA offers landlord and property manager members city-specific and timely education, one-on-one property management advice, free rental forms, networking opportunities, and advocacy at the state and local level. EBRHA supports its members, neighbors, and local businesses with community improvement and sustainability initiatives.
California Apartment Association
The California Apartment Association(CAA) is the nation’s largest statewide organization representing the rental housing industry. For more than 70 years, CAA has served apartment owners and managers through tireless work in public affairs, education and customer service. CAA is proud to be the definitive voice of the multifamily housing industry in California, helping its members succeed by providing a wide range of business tools, from rental forms and tenant screening to legal guidance and industry news. CAA’s network comprises 15 local associations across California. By joining one, you automatically become a member.
Professional Property Management Association of San Francisco
The Professional Property Management Association of San Francisco(PPMA) represents the professional management of approximately 20,000 residential units and over 3 million square feet of office and commercial space in San Francisco. The PPMA offers many excellent benefits to its members, and is proud to be on the forefront of the political and legal fight to protect the constitutional rights of San Francisco property owners.
National Association or Residential Property Managers
The National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM®) is the professional, educational, and ethical leader for the residential property management industry. NARPM is an association designed for real estate professionals who know first-hand the unique challenges of managing single-family and small residential properties. It offers an effective, professional learning environment for owners of property management companies and their employees. NARPM® is the only national organization focused primarily on residential property management.
National Association of Realtors
The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), “The Voice for Real Estate,” is the nation’s largest trade association. Representing one million members, including its institutes, societies, and councils, NAR is involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries. Working for America’s property owners, NAR provides a facility for professional development, research and exchange of information among its members and to the public and government for the purpose of preserving the free enterprise system and the right to own real property.
Equal Housing Opportunity
The Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity(FHEO) administers and enforces federal laws and establishes policies that ensure that all Americans have equal access to the housing of their choice. It is illegal to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin.