Updated: Sep 28
Landlords who own in unincorporated Los Angeles county now need to register their rental properties with the county through their new Rent Registry portal.
What is the Los Angeles County registry?
LA County launched a new online service portal for landlords where they are required to upload rental information, pay registration fees and register their properties. Registration of rental units and mobile home spaces is now required within unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County unless exempted under County Code.
Who is required to register?
If you own and rent units or mobile home spaces within the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County you are required to register and pay annual registration fees. You should have received a letter in the mail with a PIN # that you can use to register your units online. Call the County if you do no have or misplaced the letter.
Who is exempted from registering?
You may be exempt from registration fees if your property is an owner-occupied unit, or if the units and mobile home spaces are exempt from the rent stabilization under state and federal law.
What are the registration fees?
Visit LA County's website for an overview of the current registration fees.
Click the links below for details on how to navigate the rent registry portal.