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L.A. County supervisors approve 4% cap on rent increases through June

08.11.2023 16:17

Los Angeles County supervisors voted Tuesday to extend — and slightly increase to 4% — a soon-to-expire cap on rent increases, sparing tenants in unincorporated areas from a big rent hike for an additional six months.

In November 2022, the supervisors approved a temporary 3% cap on annual rent increases, framing it as a short-term way to keep rent-burdened residents in their homes as the pandemic-era tenant protections dissipated. The cap applies to all rent-controlled units in unincorporated L.A. County — that means those units built before 1995, as well as all mobile homes.

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