City of Los Angeles and Los Angeles County to Provide Rental Relief to Landlords
With the LA County extending the eviction moratorium and the City of Los Angeles ending theirs but with last minute plot twists, the Board of Supervisors look to provide mom and pop landlords with much needed rental relief.
The plan is to find and allocate at least $45 million dollars for a brand new relief program that can provide up to $30,000 per rental unit directly to the affected mom and pop landlord. The program is designed to prioritize landlords who own no more than 4 rental units. The catch is, the landlord would agree not to pursue eviction for non-payment of rent.
The motion was set forward on Tuesday, January 24th and asked county staff to report back within 14 days on where the potential funds would come from.
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