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.
BY WILLIAM ROHRS, INDEX-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER, May 1, 2015
There weren’t enough chairs to go around.
Sonoma mobile home-park residents crowded the conference room in the Sonoma Valley Veterans Memorial Building this week to weigh in during an April 29 … Read More
Guest Commentary: Mobile home park owners don’t play fair
By Laura Taylor Sunday, July 30, 2006
Citrus Heights is home to some wonderful mobile home parks with a sense of community like no other place in the city. They provide… Read More
WEDNESDAY, 16 APRIL 2014 ELIZABETH LARSON
LAKEPORT, Calif. – The man who led the effort to place a senior mobile home park rent control initiative on the Lakeport and county ballots asked the Lakeport City Council on Tuesday night to … Read More
The Chula Vista Mobile Home Residents Association (CVMHRA) was formed in 2009 by residents Deloris Dempsey and Ted Kennedy. In 2010 they offered to pass the association to some new kids on the block to continue their efforts. This turned … Read More
12/27/2013 by Marc Emmons San Jose Mercury News
SAN JOSE — In a decision cheered by affordable-housing advocates, a petition by the Colonial Mobile Manor park owner to raise the rent above what is allowed in the city’s Mobilehome Rent … Read More