Rent Control

Rent control is a government run program that sets limits on the amounts that landlords can require for leasing. Typically these programs are run at a city or county level and vary widely from state to state.

While not currently widely in place, according to a 2019 study done by the Urban Institute, 182 municipalities in the US have regulations in place and the list continues to grow.

Housing Prices

Rental rates have skyrockets across the country over the last few years. In fact, they are nearly 30% higher since the pandemic which has lead to a housing crises in many areas.

As a result, Rent Control has increased in popularity. But do you know what rent control exists in your state or city?

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