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Sets to affirm TOPA rights in Washington DC



Property owner makes a proposal

Before selling the rental space, the property owner must provide the Tenant with an Offer of Sale, regardless of whether a Third Party contract is already in place. For an Offer with a Third Party contract, the Property owner must provide the Tenant with a photocopy of the agreement within seven days of occupant’s request.

Tenant May Request Information

Upon receiving an Offer of Sale, the Tenant may request certain information, which the Landlord must provide within seven days of the request, including: - Building floor plan - Itemized list of operating expenses, utility consumption rates, and capital expenditures for the previous 2 years.

Tenant Submits Statement of Interest

To exercise the right to purchase, the Tenant must deliver a written statement of interest to both the Landlord and the Mayor (at DHCD’s Rental Conversion and Sale Division). The statement must be sent by certified mail or delivered in person within 30 days of receipt of offer of sale by the Tenant or the Mayor, whichever is later

Tenant Negotiates with Landlord*

The law allows a minimum 60 day negotiation period after the current Landlord receives the Tenant’s Statement of Interest.  The 60 days can be extended one day for each day the Landlord fails to deliver information required by TOPA. The 60 days can also be extended by 15 days if the Landlord enters into a contract with a Third Party before or during the negotiation period. This is called a right of first refusal period. The Tenant and Landlord must bargain in good faith.

Tenant & Landlord Reach Settlement

Tenant will have not less than 60 days from the date of contracting to secure financing and financial assistance. If the lending institution states in writing that a decision regarding financing will be made within 90 days after contracting, the Landlord is required to grant that extension.

Start-Over Period

If the Landlord has not entered into a sales contract within 180 days of the Offer of Sale, the TOPA process must start over with a new Offer of Sale.

*Tenant Negotiates with Landlord

The Landlord and the Tenant must negotiate in good faith. While the statute does not define good faith, it does give examples of bad faith:

  • Landlord’s failure to offer the Tenant a price or term at least as favorable as that offered to a Third Party, within the negotiation period, without a reasonable justification for so doing;

  • Landlord’s failure to contract with Tenant with terms which substantially conform with the price and terms of a Third Party contract without a reasonable justification for so doing;

  • Intentional failure of a Tenant or a Landlord to comply with the TOPA statute.

Right of First Refusal:

Apartment in Washington DC

Apartment in Washington DC

Tenant has the right to match the material terms of any contract for sale between the Landlord and a Third Party. The law gives the Tenant 15 days to match the contract. If the Landlord gives the Tenant the contract during or before the negotiation period discussed above, 15 days are added to the end of the negotiation period

  • The Landlord may not require the Tenant to prove financial ability to purchase as a condition to entering into a contract, and the Landlord may not require the Tenant to pay the purchase price in installments unless the Landlord provides financing on terms reasonably acceptable to the Tenant.  

  • The Landlord, however, may require the Tenant to pay a deposit of up to 5% of the contract sales price in order to make a contract. The deposit is refundable in the event of a good faith failure of the Tenant to perform under the contract.

  • Instead of purchasing the building outright, a Tenant can assign or sell his or her rights to other groups. Using this right, a Tenant can use his or her rights to negotiate better building conditions, limit rent increases or for other benefits

Useful materials:

Here you can download contracts forms from DHCD :

Offer of Sale without Third Party Contract, Single Unit [English] 

Offer of Sale without Third Party Contract, Single Unit [Spanish]