Rent of a contracted accommodation (Anah): is there a maximum amount?
Verified 18 September 2023 - Legal and Administrative Information Directorate (Prime Minister)
Yes, the owner of a dwelling with theAnah: titleContent may not exceed a maximum amount at the time of signing the lease. This maximum amount is lower than the market price. During the lease, the landlord can revise the rent each year according to the evolution of the propertyIRL: titleContent. When the lease is renewed, the landlord may reassess the rent, subject to certain conditions.
The amount of the initial rent (excluding charges) not to be exceeded depends on the type of agreement signed with theAnah: titleContent (at intermediate rent ‘loc1’ or social rent ‘loc2’ or very social rent ‘loc3’) and the location of the dwelling.
You can estimate the rent (excluding expenses) that you can set at the signing of the lease using this online service:
Rent (excluding charges) can be reviewed every 1er january according to the evolution of the benchmark rent index (IRL) published by theInsee: titleContent.
The date of payment of the rent depends on the agreement signed with theAnah: titleContent (‘loc1’ or ‘loc2’ or ‘loc3’):
During the agreement, if the landlord considers that the rent is undervalued compared to rents in the neighborhood, he can revalue it. But the landlord cannot charge rent that exceeds the maximum amount provided for in the agreement. This amount is reviewed every 1er january according to the evolution of the benchmark rent index (IRL).
In the event of a change of tenant during the agreement, the rent must not exceed the maximum amount indicated in the agreement. This amount can be revised every 1er january according to the evolution of the benchmark rent index (IRL).
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- Income Tax - Rental Income from Conventional Housing AnahService-Public.fr
- Anah Convention: amount of rent 2023 per municipality (order of 21 December 2022)Legifrance
- How to revise the rent amountNational Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE)
- Annual rent reviewNational Agency for Housing Information (Anil)
- Benchmarks of past rentsNational Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE)