2018-11-07 — sacbee.com
Prop. 10. would have overturned the state's Costa Hawkins Rental Housing Act, which bans local governments from imposing rent control on any apartment built since 1995. It also bans rent control as well on any single-family residence that is being used as a rental unit.
Had Prop. 10 passed, the Sacramento effort would have covered all renters throughout the city.
Instead, the Sacramento rent control initiative likely will affect about 72 percent of the city's 106,000 rental units, based on numbers from the city of Sacramento rental housing inspection program, Pariset said...
The proposal, called the "Sacramento Community Stabilization and Fair Rent Charter Amendment," stipulates that annual allowable rent increases could range from a maximum of 2 percent per year up to a maximum of 5 percent each year.
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