Rent could be going up by 10%

Beginning last month, landlords in California are allowed to increase rents on some apartments by as much as 10%.

This comes right after the lapse of the statewide eviction moratorium that was in place for the past 2 years.


The Tenant Protection Act of 2019 restricts rent increases in any 12-month period to no more than 5% plus the percentage change in the cost of living (CPI), or 10%, whichever is lower.

For increases that take effect after Aug. 1, 2022, due to inflation, all the applicable CPIs are 5% or greater. 

During the years the law was first passed, the total allowable increase ranged between 5% and 9%. 

But due to skyrocketing inflation, every region in the state now meets the threshold for the cap to be set at a 10% rent increase.

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