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City law (SANTA CRUZ, CAL., MUN. CODE §§ 21.05.010-090) covers all multifamily rental buildings which receive “any public subsidy” including a mortgage loan, mortgage interest subsidy, mortgage insurance or rental subsidy from a federal, state or local governmental body and that has rent levels restricted to affordable levels. Owners seeking to terminate affordable housing restrictions are required to give a 12-month notice to the city director of planning and development. Within 14 days of receiving this notice, the director may send a written “Request for Information and Access” which the owner has 21 days to respond to certifying that, among other things, the owner consents to a reasonable walk-through inspection of the property. Three months prior to offering to sell the property to anyone, the owner must give notice of such intent to the director. If an owner receives an offer from a qualified entity during this three month period, the owner must make a reasonable effort to negotiate and must allow the qualified entity a reasonable amount of time to obtain necessary financing and government approvals. Within 12 months following receipt of an offer by a qualified entity, an owner may not accept an offer that is equal to it or less so long as the qualified entity’s offer remains outstanding.

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