• October 22, 2021

LA County’s New Rent Registry: What You Need to Know

LA County’s New Rent Registry: What You Need to Know

LA County’s New Rent Registry: What You Need to Know 1000 575 Consumer & Business

The Department of Consumer and Business Affairs recently launched the LA County Rent Registry, a new online portal that allows owners of properties located in unincorporated LA County to register rental properties, rental unit information, and pay any annual rent registration fees required by the County’s Rent Stabilization and Tenant Protections Ordinance and Mobilehome Rent Stabilization and Mobilehome Owner Protections Ordinance.

If you own property in unincorporated LA County, you may have received a letter from us asking you to register your property on the County’s new Rent Registry, that may have caused some confusion.

Not a landlord? No problem, you can disregard the notice for now or just let us know by clicking here to be removed from our mailing list.

If you are a landlord, you have time to register your property to waive registration fees for this year if you register by January 1, 2022.

Just follow these steps:

  1. Create your account
  2. Use your Property Identification Number (PIN) (included in your letter) to find your property
  3. Update your contact, property and unit information
  4. Submit your registration

Questions? We’re here to help! Contact us at rentregistry@dcba.lacounty.gov

We are currently experiencing a high volume of calls and emails about this program and wait times may be longer than usual. But rest assured that our counselors will respond to each of you as soon as possible. Thank you for your continued patience.

To find out if your property is in an unincorporated area of Los Angeles County, visit https://lavote.net/apps/precinctsmaps, select “District Map Look Up By Address” at the top of the page, enter your address, and click “submit.”

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