Did your rent go up more than 8% in the past 9 months?
Under California's AB 1482, rents were capped at about 8% a year in buildings at least 15 years old. If you got a bigger rent increase after March 15, 2019, your rents should be lowered to that 8% cap starting in January. Please take our quick survey. A Southern California News Group reporter may contact you later for further information.
What is your name? *
What city do you live in? *
Can we quote you? *
How can we contact you? (Phone number and/or email address) *
What type of unit do you rent? *
What is your current monthly rent? *
When was your last rent increase? (Include all rent increases since March 15) *
How much did your rent go up? (List all rent increases since March 15) *
Did your rent go down starting in January? *
If so, how much was your rent reduced? *
Have you or any of your fellow tenants received a 30- or 60-day notice to move out in the past four months? *
If you or a fellow tenant got a move-out notice, what was the reason? By what date did you (or neighbor) have to leave? *
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