2024 Housing Laws: What Property Owners Need to Know

As we step into a new year, it's essential for property owners to be aware of the latest regulations shaping the rental landscape. Here is a brief overview of key changes:


  1. Rent Control Adjustments:

California's rent control laws have seen modifications. With Assembly Bill 854, local jurisdictions can now tailor rent control ordinances, impacting how property owners manage rental pricing. It's advisable to stay updated on local changes that might affect your property.


  1. Tenant Protection Measures:

Senate Bill 222 introduces enhanced tenant protections, preventing unjust evictions due to the loss of housing vouchers. Property owners should review eviction processes to ensure compliance with these new guidelines, fostering a fair and secure housing environment.


  1. Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs):

Senate Bill 9 transforms the landscape for Accessory Dwelling Units. Property owners can now build up to four ADUs on a single-family lot, providing opportunities for additional rental income. Understanding the specific regulations governing ADUs is crucial for those considering expansion.


  1. COVID-19 Rental Assistance:

Senate Bill 11 extends the availability of COVID-19 rental assistance. Property owners are encouraged to explore these resources, contributing to a collaborative approach in supporting tenants facing financial challenges due to the ongoing impact of the pandemic.


  1. Housing Element Law:

Assembly Bill 1393 focuses on the production of affordable housing through the Housing Element Law. Property owners should be cognizant of how this legislation may influence zoning and development requirements, potentially affecting the values of rental properties.


  1. Eviction Protection for Victims of Hate Crimes:

Senate Bill 269 brings eviction protection for tenants who are victims of hate crimes. Property owners must be vigilant in ensuring fair treatment and understanding the legal implications of evicting tenants under these circumstances.


  1. Climate-Related Disclosures:

Environmental consciousness is taking center stage. New laws might introduce requirements for property sellers to disclose information related to the property's vulnerability to climate-related risks. Stay ahead by understanding these disclosure obligations.


  1. Remote Notarization:

In response to the growing trend of remote work, the real estate industry is adapting. Explore the nuances of remote notarization laws, which can streamline processes and make transactions more accessible.


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In this dynamic regulatory environment, proactive engagement is key. Please feel free to reach out to us any time if you have any questions or concerns. As the housing landscape evolves, adaptability and compliance will remain integral to successful property management!

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