A Proposal To Expand Rent Control In D.C. Gets A Contentious Hearing | DCist

November 10, 2020
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On November 10, 2020, the D.C. Policy Center’s report, How would the “Reclaim Rent Control” proposals change the District’s rental housing landscape?, was cited by DCist:

If the bill passes, it would immediately subject more than 13,000 housing units to rent stabilization, most in small buildings, according to a new report from the business-backed D.C. Policy Center. An additional 26,000 units would fall under the law by 2033. The think tank estimates that today, 36% of D.C.’s rental units — close to 75,000 — are rent-controlled.

Read more: A Proposal To Expand Rent Control In D.C. Gets A Contentious Hearing | DCist

Related: How would the “Reclaim Rent Control” proposals change the District’s rental housing landscape? | D.C. Policy Center

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