Helping Property Owners Navigate The Difficulties Of Statewide Rent And Eviction Controls

Landlords across California are now facing some of the strictest rent and eviction control ordinances in the country. Many property owners and rental companies are now unsure how to comply with these new laws and how these changes will affect their profitability. At Zacks & Freedman, our knowledgeable rent and eviction control attorney team helps California landlords obey all applicable laws and statutes and find creative solutions for clients’ legal and business problems.

From our office in San Francisco, we assist landlords, rental companies and business-related property owners. Our attorneys have decades of combined legal experience and a lengthy record of positive case results on behalf of clients. You can learn more about how we can help you by contacting our office and scheduling your first meeting with one of our trusted staff members.

Assistance With The Tenant Protection Act Of 2019

Assembly Bill 1482, also known as the Tenant Protection Act of 2019, has put landlords in a precarious position. Our lawyers can help you understand how this new bill affects you and the steps you can take to protect your business. We work closely with landlords to prevent and resolve legal issues so that they can focus on their property and business.

AB 1482 makes several changes to California tenant law, including:

  • Limiting rent increases over 12 months to 5% plus the percentage change in the cost of living to 10%, whichever is less
  • Unable to increase the same tenant’s rent more than twice over 12 months
  • Landlords cannot evict a tenant who has lived in a unit for at least 12 months without just cause, such as missing rent payments or an owner moving into the unit

There are many additional changes that the Tenant Protection Act of 2019 introduces into California law. It is critical that you contact one of our experienced real estate law attorneys to understand how the bill will affect your specific situation.

Schedule Your First Meeting Now With A Rent and Eviction Control Attorney

In your first meeting with our attorneys, we will review the specifics of your real matters and determine how we can help resolve your problem or create a plan. You can contact us now by calling 415-956-8100 or by sending us a message.