MSPs want to hear from "all sides of the debate" while they scrutinise the Scottish Government's Housing Bill.
The wide-ranging legislation looks at rules regarding allocation of social housing, short tenancies, mandatory register of letting agents and licensing for mobile home sites.
The Bill considers council enforcement powers for tackling poor maintenance, particularly in tenements.
Maureen Watt, convener of Holyrood's Infrastructure and Capital Investment Committee, said: "This Bill impacts on people who rent in both the social and private housing sectors as well as on landlords and letting agents.
"It also has proposals that will be of interest to mobile home owners and the owners of mobile home parks.
"We are keen to hear from all interested groups and individuals."
Written evidence on the Bill and its likely impact must be submitted before midday on February 28.