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Rent Stabilization Act (CB-007-2023) and the Emergency Act Concerning Landlord Retaliation for Rent Stabilization (CB-051-2023)

Current Law

Earlier this year, the Prince George’s County Council passed a rent stabilization bill (CB-07-2023) and the Emergency Act Concerning Landlord Retaliation for Rent Stabilization (CB-051-2023) that temporarily prevents Prince George's County landlords from increasing a tenant’s existing rent above a certain amount for certain units.

If you are a landlord, please review the Notice to County Landlords.  For more information, please review the Rent Stabilization Act FAQs.  Para obtener más información, consulte las Preguntas frecuentes sobre la Ley de estabilización de alquileres en Español

View a Message from the Office of County Executive Alsobrooks About County Rent Stabilization Legislation.  Haga clic aquí para ver un mensaje de la Oficina del Ejecutivo del Condado de Alsobrooks sobre la legislación de estabilización de alquileres del condado.

Working Toward a Permanent Rent Stabilization Law

Rent Stabilization Sessions

The Office of the County Executive and the County Council formed a Rent Stabilization Workgroup, made up of various stakeholders that are studying and offering recommendations for a permanent rent stabilization bill. The Workgroup began meeting in July 2023 and will conclude in June 2024. It is jointly convened by the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) and the County Council.

As DHCD and the County Council launched this effort, three virtual sessions were held to inform residents about rent stabilization policies and its impact on both landlords and tenants in communities throughout the country.
If you missed any of these sessions, you can watch them on the links below to gain a better understanding of rent stabilization.

Rent Stabilization Workgroup/Meetings

The Rent Stabilization Workgroup was formed to develop recommendations that will inform and help create a permanent rent stabilization bill in Prince George’s County. The Workgroup meets monthly to discuss a wide range of housing policy topics.  Each meeting is recorded and a video of the meetings can be viewed below.

For more information about the Rent Stabilization Workgroup, visit the Prince George’s County Council’s website.