can only be increased on the of the tenancy, or, in the case of a mobile home park, on the annual rent increase date if there is one established.
Yes, the notice has to be given in writing stating the amount and the date the rent increase is to be paid.
Landlords are to give the tenants:
The landlord is to give the notice of a rent increase prior to the anniversary date of the tenancy. The only exception to this is in a mobile home park where the landlord has set a date for all the increases to be effective.
The rent can only be increased once in a twelve month period.
The amounts and effective dates of all the increases must be outlined before the is signed.
Yes, it is considered to be a rent increase and the landlord is required to give the proper period of time depending on the terms of the tenancy.
Yes. Money paid in rent may increase or decrease with the tenant's income - it is not a rent increase. An increase in the percentage of income charged as rent is considered a rent increase and the landlord must give proper notice of four months prior to the anniversary date.