Rent Increase and Eviction Notices Report
The Movement for Housing Justice (MHJ) seeks this information to guide tenant protection policy in the City of Santa Cruz. All responses will be held in the strictest confidence unless you specifically give us permission to share it publicly.
What is your reason for reporting?
Please fill out this section if you are reporting a rent increase.
For tenants receiving rent increases: how large is your rent increase?
Less than 10%
More than 10%
For tenants receiving rent increases: How long do you have to pay the rent increase?
Less than 30 days
Less than 60 days
Please fill out this section if you are being served an eviction notice.
How long does the eviction notice give the tenant to move out?
What is the specified reason for eviction?
Nonpayment of rent
Crime committed on property
Breaking of lease (subletting, violation of rules, etc)
No Cause (owner move-in, removal of unit from rental market, selling property, etc)
Do you believe the eviction is retaliatory (in retaliation for an action made by the tenant) or discriminatory?
Other housing questions
If you marked other, please explain your housing issue:
Would you like us to get in contact with you in the near future about your rights regarding rent increases/eviction?
What is the best time of day to contact you?
Would you like to be included on MHJ email lists?
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