How much is my rent allowed to increase each year in San Francisco?

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How much is my rent allowed to increase each year in San Francisco
Source: The Registry SF

How much is my rent allowed to increase each year in San Francisco?

From March 1, 2016 to February 28, 2017 your rent is allowed to increase 1.6%.

This increase cannot be given sooner than 12 months from the last increase.

To calculate your new rent under a 1.6% increase, multiply your current rent by .016. For example if your current monthly rent is $1,250 under a 1.6% increase your new monthly rent would be $1,290 ($1,250.00 x .016 = $40).

Click here for additional information regarding allowable rent increases.