California’s New Rent Laws

Did you know?

The entire State of California is now under NEW RENT CONTROL LAWS. It is critical for landlords to be in compliance and stay up-to-date with the new continuously changing rules that have become effective as of 2020. We are a Multi Family Resource Specialist Team that provides guidance to Landlords and Consult with you regarding your Real Estate Goals.

Questions I Can Answer

● Compliance with all Rent Control Laws

● How to maximize your investment as a Landlord

● Have Equity in your Property/Home You would like to Invest

● Out of State Investments

● Free Market Value on Properties and Rents

California law limits the amount your rent can be increased. See Section
1947.12 of the Civil Code for more information. California law also provides
that after all of the tenants have continuously and lawfully occupied the
property for 12 months or more or at least one of the tenants has
continuously and lawfully occupied the property for 24 months or more, a
landlord must provide a statement of cause in any notice to terminate a
tenancy. See Section 1946.2 of the Civil Code for more information.

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