Josefina Lozano

Josefina Lozano immigrated to the U.S. from Mexico as a child and has run her own real estate investing business since 1984. In 2005, she obtained a law degree. Josefina and her husband of nearly 40 years raised two children and have two grandchildren.

Josefina purchased two multi-family properties at 1503 and 1509 27th Street in Zion in the early 1990s. The building is well-maintained and some of the tenants have rented from her for decades. Josefina is unwilling to make her tenants give up their constitutional rights, even though the city government is threatening massive fines.

  • September 27, 2019    |   Private Property

    Zion, Illinois Rental Inspections

    Landlord and Tenants Sue Illinois City Challenging Unconstitutional Home Inspections

    Just north of Chicago, the city of Zion, Illinois, requires landlords to force tenants to open the doors of their homes to city inspectors without a warrant. If a tenant refuses to consent to an inspection, the city threatens their landlord with ruinous fines. The city refuses to acquire search warrants in response to tenant…

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