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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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Asset Management for Property Agents & Owners

CalHFA's Asset Management Division is responsible to oversee the management of Agency financed multifamily developments. Asset Management staff are located in two offices, Sacramento and Culver City. Use the "Contact Us" tab above or the Agency Contacts page for contact information.

Each project is monitored regarding its financial, physical and occupancy compliance with various regulatory documents. Asset Management's basic objective is to ensure compliance with the Agency's regulatory agreement for safe, decent and sanitary affordable housing opportunities for low to lower income households.


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Each project is monitored regarding its financial, physical and occupancy compliance with various regulatory documents. Asset Management's basic objective is to ensure compliance with the Agency's regulatory agreement for safe, decent and sanitary affordable housing opportunities for low to lower income households.

Additional Resources


CalHFA Portfolio Prepayment Policy

List of CalHFA Apartments Sites by County

HUD Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity

HUD Tenant Rights laws and Protection: California

Income Limits

MTSP Income Limits

Information Practices Act Request for Tenant Records