Question regarding Eviction Mortarium/Rent Control on Single Family Home

Hi Reddit,

I’ve been combing through google and reddit trying to find an answer for the following questions. Any advice is much appreciated. Thank you so much!

Our rental is in Los Angeles County. Its a 3 bed 2 bath stand alone house with its own driveway/garage. (suburbs)

Does Eviction Moratorium or Rent Freeze/Control apply to our property? (I believe its a SFH)

If #1 is yes, does the end of a fixed period lease count as eviction? (if we decide to not renew with tenant)? Still 2-3 months out.

Long story short, my parents own this second home and have always been scared to raise rent. They are both retired on a small nest egg….one lost their job during covid and decided to retire (no cash inflow besides this property and SS).

Due to inflation and never having done so, we are thinking of raising the rent nominally but want to see if we have a right to or not.

The rent estimate on the market is roughly $27-2,800. Tenants have been paying $1,800 for past 5 years. We are considering raising between 5-10% as a one time (or is it better in chunks over time?).

Any advice is much appreciated.

Thank you!

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Hi Reddit, I’ve been combing through google and reddit trying to find an answer for the following questions. Any advice is much appreciated. Thank you so much! Our rental is in Los Angeles County. Its a 3 bed 2 bath stand alone house with its own driveway/garage. (suburbs) Does Eviction Moratorium or Rent Freeze/Control apply to our property? (I believe its a SFH) If #1 is yes, does the end of a fixed period lease count as eviction? (if we decide to not renew with tenant)? Still 2-3 months out. Long story short, my parents own this second home and have always been scared to raise rent. They are both retired on a small nest egg….one lost their job during covid and decided to retire (no cash inflow besides this property and SS). Due to inflation and never having done so, we are thinking of raising the rent nominally but want to see if we have a right to or not. The rent estimate on the market is roughly $27-2,800. Tenants have been paying $1,800 for past 5 years. We are considering raising between 5-10% as a one time (or is it better in chunks over time?). Any advice is much appreciated. Thank you! submitted by /u/MisterShortStraw [link] [comments]

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