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Bed Bug Control Laws

Beginning July 1, 2017, residential landlords are required to provide a written bed bug disclosure to prospective tenants with the general information about bed bug identification, behavior, biology, the importance of prompt written reporting of suspected infestation to the landlord, and the importance of prevention and treatment of infestation.

No later than January 1, 2018, a written bed bug disclosure must be given to ALL existing tenants.

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Compliance & Reporting

CalHFA provides financing for multifamily projects through the sale of its tax-exempt revenue bonds. As required by Internal Revenue Code, the operation and management of each project financed through the issuance of tax-exempt bonds must be monitored throughout the Qualified Project Period to ensure compliance with the applicable provisions of State and federal law and with the Regulatory Agreement.

The agency oversees the multifamily projects in order to preserve their value, provide long term, quality affordable housing to tenants, protect the agency's assets and bondholder's investments. The project owners and agents are subject to the Regulatory Agreement and all other Loan Documents related to the project.

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Insurance Requirements