Actually the correct term is rent stabilization. Often times based on the Consumer Price Index. About 100 California cities and counties have some sort of ordinance.
Rent Control in Jeopardy!! Legislative Support URGENT!!
Senate Bill 900 introduced by Senator Corbett and Assembly Bill 1542 introduced by Assembly Member Evans needs the support of ALL mobile home park residents whether or not your city or county has … Read More
This serious threat to rent control continues to roll on toward the ballot box in November 2008. On January 22, 2007 the California State Attorney General has given it a “Title and Summary.” This allows its supporters to get signatures … Read More
The history of rent control in mobile home communities in the Northern San Joaquin Valley and foothills:
November 1995: Tuolumne County approves a mobile home rent control ordinance.
1998: Equity LifeStyle, a Chicago-based company, buys three parks in Stanislaus County: … Read More
AB 1309 (Calderon)
Passes Assembly Housing Committee
Posted : Wed, 09 May 2007
Author : Western Manufactured
Housing Communities Association (WMA)
SACRAMENTO, Calif., May 9
Earlier today, the Assembly Committee on Housing and Community Development passed AB 1309 (Calderon). The … Read More
SACRAMENTO The heated legislative skirmish between those who own mobile home parks and those who live in them escalated this week when an Assembly committee approved a proposed state law that would nullify local rent-contro ordinances and allow unlimited rent … Read More
Residents say unfair rent increases at Santa Clarita mobile home parks are threatening to put them on the street.
Senior citizen Mildred Ballace says the owners of Parklane Mobile Estates have raised her rent between 3 percent to 6 percent … Read More