SB 1482: California's Statewide Rent Control Law

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Highlights of SB 1482

Signed into law by Governor Newsom. Starting January 1, 2020, rent increases are capped at 5% plus inflation for the next 10 years. Landlords need to document lease violations if a renter has lived in an apartment for 1 year. Apartments built in the last 15 years and investor owned single-family homes are exempt.

1 Comment - 32 months ago by TodayWeBuy
How do you know what the inflation rate is?

Do you have to wait until January to raise rents to 5% plus whatever the inflation rate is?

Is it Statewide inflation or county's inflation rate?

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