Rents on controlled apartments in Los Angeles can now rise 4%. Blame inflation Los Angeles TimesFor the first time in a decade, landlords of roughly 624000 rent-controlled units in Los Angeles can raise rent by 4% rather than 3%.
Rents on controlled apartments in Los Angeles can now rise 4%. Blame inflation - Los Angeles Times
Monday, July 8, 2019
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