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Question: Is there a percentage limit which a landlord can raise rent when a lease is up?
Answer: The following is provided for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. To determine how the law applies to your specific situation, you may wish to consult an attorney directly http://azlawhelp.org/articles_info.cfm?mc=3&sc=24&articleid=129.
In Arizona, a landlord is not bound to a percentage limit when raising rent when a lease has run. There are exceptions for rent controlled housing and things of that nature, but generally a landlord is not bound to any percentage and may increase rent as much as he wants so long as he gives proper notice or the lease has come to an end and the increase can be considered a negotiation of a new lease.
Is there a percentage limit which a landlord can raise rent when a lease is up?
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