On January 28, 2021, the Cook County Commissioners passed the new Residential Tenant Landlord Ordinance (RTLO). The RTLO goes into effect on June 1, 2021 and will bring many changes to owners in the 125 cities in Cook County excluding Chicago, Oak Park, Evanston, and Mt. Prospect, that already have their own version of a rental ordinance.
To be clear for the investors we work with, we created the following list of Cook County Suburbs that the new RTLO will govern.
The new RTLO has a wide range of investors that will affect and change the way we all do business in Cook County. Reach out anytime to discuss exceptions or new approaches to stay in compliance. As Chicago’s Responsive Property Manager we always enjoy talking to Chicago Landlords and want to help them stay compliant within the new legal landscape that seems to be changing each year.
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