DC Housing Disclosure to Applicant (RAD Form 3)

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HOUSING PROVIDER’S DISCLOSURE TO APPLICANT FOR RENTAL UNIT IN THE HOUSING ACCOMMODATION.

Document Last Modified: 10/5/2018

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At the written request of a tenant not more than one time each calendar year, a housing provider shall, within 10 business days on a form provided by the Rent Administrator (or in another suitable format until a form is published), provide the amount of each increase in the amount of rent charged for the tenant's rental unit during the preceding 3 years on which the current rent charged is based, including the basis for each increase and, if applicable, the identification of any substantially identical rental unit on which a vacancy increase was based.

Who: This notice is required to be given to an applicant for a rental unit along with the rental application and/or a tenant after written request from the tenant is given to the landlord.

What: This is the required and official Housing Provider's Disclosure to applicants for a rental unit in the housing accommodation.

When: This is given at the time a prospective tenant files an application to lease any rental unit and/or to the tenant at the written request of the tenant not more than one time each calendar year.

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