A new “rent control” act was put in place in October 2019 statewide by the the State of California. The act is called the “Tenant Protection Act of 2019” there is some very pertinent information in this video that pertains to investment multi unit property owners and what new regulations are in place when it comes to increasing rent rates for tenants as well as eviction etc. There are several IMPERATIVE dates to pay attention to that we have highlighted in order to help you stay in compliance and up to date with the new law. Most especially this upcoming October 31, 2019.
Timothy Gilmartin president of The Gilmartin Group and Sharevest Property Management, has put this video together in order to fully inform the interpretation of the new law, and the very important dates that may affect you. If you have any comments our questions please put them below! We would love your feedback, and are here to help investment property owners through this transitional period.
Timothy Gilmartin is a licensed Broker, and has been a top selling Real Estate Agent in San Mateo County since 1983. Tim has represented buyers and sellers on all types of properties including: single-family owner occupied homes, small to large apartment buildings, retail, and industrial and office properties. Tim holds the designation as a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) of the National Association of Realtors. Tim served as president of the Northern California Chapter of the Commercial Investment Real Estate Institute in1991.
Along with being a full time Realtor and President of the Gilmartin Group Real Estate Company, Tim also heads Sharevest Property Management Company LLC and is a Professor of real estate at the College of San Mateo. Tim has taught one class per semester since 1993. Tim’s rotation of classes are: Real Estate Economics, Commercial/Investment Property Analysis, Real Estate Appraisal, Real Estate Management, and Real Estate Finance.
Please email Tim if you would like the full power point slide deck with all of the information provided and we are happy to provide it to you! Also, leave comments and questions below in our comment section. More information about this law can also be found at :