SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Landlords in California will need to give renters more notice if they raise rents more than 10%, if a new bill becomes law.
Assembly Bill 1110 would require landlords to give tenants of month-to-month units 90 days notice if the rent increases 10%-15%. If the rent goes up more than 15% then landlords would need to give 120-day notice.
Current law requires landlords to give at least 30 days notice if the rent will go up less than 10%. If the landlord will raise the rent more than 10% they’re required to give at least 60 days notice.
The notice must be delivered to the tenant in-person or through the mail.