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Month To Month Rental Premium

Postby cinderella » Thu Jul 31, 2014 4:32 pm

My apartment rent was increased 11.5%, and I was only given a 30 day notice. It is my understanding that I should have been given a 60 days notice because the increase exceeds 10%.

But, the 11.5% increase includes a $200 premium to rent month to month instead of signing a lease. Is the premium considered rent? Should I include the premium when calculating the rent increase percentage?

I would think that the apartment complex has to report the rental premium received as rent collected on their taxes so shouldn't I also consider the premium as extra rent when calculating the overall increase?
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Re: Month To Month Rental Premium

Postby cinderella » Thu Jul 31, 2014 4:35 pm

My apartment is located in San Diego, California.
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Re: Month To Month Rental Premium

Postby BubbaJoe123 » Thu Jul 31, 2014 7:51 pm

This is a matter of state/local law - I'd suggest you contact a local organization, maybe http://www.tenantslegalcenter.com.
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