The U.S. Department of Labor and Statistics recently released the new, regional Consumer Price Index for regions within California for the year ending April 30, 2021.  The State of California; however, has not yet released the latest Consumer Price Index for California as a whole.

Under Assembly Bill 1482, the statewide rent control and tenant protection law that became effective in 2020, rental properties subject to the law’s provisions may increase annual rent by five percent plus the regional change in the Consumer Price Index (e.g., CPI + 5%) up to a maximum of 10%.

Here are the CPI’s as follows in each region of California:

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