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Legislation regarding rent control, resident rights and other issues for multifamily properties can be confusing. The resources below have been provided by Oculus Realty, LLC to help you better understand rental-related legislation for the District of Columbia and surrounding areas.
The following forms and information relate to the Rental Housing Act of 1985 and its requirements:
The following forms (available from District of Columbia Department of Housing and Community Development) relate to rent-control exemption and a change in address or property management providers:
The following resources highlight other important information related to rent control law:
The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM®) is an affiliate of the National Association of
REALTORS® and is a trusted source for knowledge, advocacy and networking for the real estate community. Below are links to helpful information from IREM®:
View the video below to get a better understanding of why you should hire a Certified Property Manager® to manage your multifamily property:
To better help residents of apartment communities in the District of Columbia, the Office of the Tenant Advocate (OTA) provides information related to tenant rights as related to the Rental Housing Act of 1985 and the Rental Housing Conversion and Sale Act of 1980. Use the links below to learn more.
The CEO and president of Oculus Realty, LLC, K. David Meit, CPM®, is a 20-year veteran of multifamily management and a respected advocate of owner rights. David’s understanding of DC real estate laws and his active role in industry legislation make him a sought-after resource. To hire our firm for your property management needs or to procure David’s advisory services, contact Oculus Realty, LLC today.