YOUR HOME, YOUR RIGHTS

Whether you are a tenant or a landlord, we’re here to help your find the resources you need. Click “For Tenants” to learn more about local, state, and federal laws and moratoriums in place to protect commercial and residential tenants from eviction. Click “For Property Owners” to learn more about protecting your property from foreclosure.

Information for Tenants
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and Rental Property Owners

Learn More about Our Services and How We Can Help

You can reach our skilled counselors Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at
(833) 223-RENT (7368) or via email at rent@dcba.lacounty.gov.

MOBILEHOME RENT STABILIZATION

Mobilehome rent stabilization is a local law that standardizes the amount of rent increases and extends eviction protections for eligible mobilehome space renters in unincorporated L.A. County.

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CALIFORNIA RENT RELIEF PROGRAM

Eligible households who need financial assistance for unpaid rent and utilities will be able to apply for help through the California COVID‐19 Rent Relief program. For information, landlords and renters can call (833) 430‐2122 or click:

RENTAL HOUSING OVERSIGHT COMMISSION

The Rental Housing Oversight Commission protects tenants from rent increases that are inconsistent with County Code and ensures landlords and mobilehome park owners receive a fair return on rents.

LEGAL ASSISTANCE FOR COMMERCIAL TENANTS

Bet Tzedek and LA Represents help small business owners in Los Angeles find free legal resources to address COVID-19 related problems. Learn more about services and eligibility requirements here.

FREE LEGAL SERVICES FOR TENANTS FACING EVICTION

L.A. County Board of Supervisors recently launched Stay Housed L.A. County, a program offering free legal services to tenants facing eviction. The new program provides resources for L.A. County residents experiencing economic hardship amid the COVID-19 crisis to get legal and other assistance to stay in their homes.

Older Adults facing eviction can contact Home Safe

Home Safe Program Helps Older Adults Avoid Homelessness

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Are you an older adult who is behind on your rent? Did you get an eviction notice? Through the Adult Protective Services (APS) Home Safe program, older adults may qualify to receive rent relief and financial assistance in a range of areas including: security deposits essential furnishings legal fees past-due bills and more! APS Home…

Mortgage Prevention and Mortgage Relief Program

LA County Mortgage Relief Program to Offer $20,000 Grants to Property Owners Affected by COVID-19 Pandemic

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LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles County Department of Consumer and Business Affairs (DCBA) is pleased to announce the new LA County Mortgage Relief Program, a partnership with Neighborhood Housing Services of LA County (NHS) and local HUD-approved housing counseling agencies. The $5.5 million initiative developed by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will…

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Behind on Your Rent? What Residential Renters Need to Know About Rent Relief in LA County

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If you are a renter who has experienced COVID-related setbacks and you are behind on your rent, there are laws that may protect you from being evicted. However, those laws may be changing soon and you’re going to have to start paying any unpaid rent back – if you haven’t already. Here’s what you need…

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