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Multi-Unit Market Rents Per Rent Control

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Jul 23, 2007
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Certified Residential Appraiser
The assignment is for non-lending purposes; the subject is a duplex in an area of Los Angeles (city) where rent control is imposed.

Because the subject's rents can be increased only marginally, is market rent of any consequence?

(For example, If the prevailing duplex market rental income is $1,500/month and the subject has long-term tenants--who do not appear inclined to vacate--with current rental income of $1,000, it does not seem that market rent is pertinent.)
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