How Much Can a Landlord Raise the Rent in Florida?

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The amount that a landlord can legally raise your rent in Florida depends on the lease. If you are still within your lease, then your landlord is not allowed to raise your rent until your lease is over. However, some landlords will specifically put on the lease that rent increases can happen, and in these cases a landlord can legally raise your rent as much as they want to, there is no maximum limit. They have to give you at least a 30-day advance written notice about the increase.
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