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Democrats in the House of Representatives have revealed their proposal for the “phase four” stimulus package to help keep the economy strong during the COVID-19 pandemic. The package, known as the HEROES Act (stands for the Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions Act), would be the most expensive stimulus package of the pandemic so…


Desiree Kane, an organizer with Colorado Rent Strike and Eviction Defense, says her neighbors are fearful. Many have lost jobs or wages, and bills are piling up. “Mostly the Colorado Rent Strike and Eviction Defense is a support group for people,” she said, “who come in, and they’re like, ‘Oh, my god, my entire world…


In the mid-1960s, Greta Arceneaux was a young mother of two in the midst of a divorce with a low-paying secretarial job and an old house in Los Angeles. Dreaming of a better life for her family, she took out a loan, tore down the aging home and used the land to build a five-unit…


Renters are nearing the end of their financial rope. People who rent have largely been able to survive the initial months of the pandemic helped by unemployment and federal relief checks. But the extra $600 in unemployment benefits ceases at the end of July and local eviction moratoriums are expiring. There is no agreement between…


Like almost any economic slump before it, the coronavirus-triggered recession has pared down the money pouches of low- to middle-income renters more than it has undermined the budgets of their well-to-do peers. While working-class tenants have strained the most to cover their housing obligations (and other expenses) in the last four months, pressure has been…


The coronavirus crisis has presented several new challenges for landlords, including eviction moratoriums, rent freezes, and late or missed payments. Now more than ever, retaining current tenants and filling vacancies quickly is key in keeping up with property management costs. One aspect that’s especially vital is maintaining focus on providing a safe environment. Many people…


Saving for a home deposit can be a tricky prospect, involving self-discipline, long-term goal setting, and sacrificing those little luxuries like eating out, going to live gigs, or indulging in weekend getaways. New research by Westpac into the financial trends of Australian renters during COVID-19 shows that government-enforced lockdowns, coupled with the closure of many businesses…


As the economy continues to wobble due to the coronavirus pandemic, while policy proposals diverge on how to prop it back up, July could be a watershed month for U.S. renters and their landlords. A key government stimulus is to lapse later this month, while the merits of emergency rent payment programs and new eviction…


State Eviction Moratoriums Many states throughout the country have implemented eviction moratoriums, prohibiting landlords from evicting tenants for a period of time during the COVID-19 pandemic. The specifics of such moratoriums vary widely by state and, in some places, the moratoriums have already expired and landlords are free, at least under state law, to proceed…


We will look back to this time in awe at how quickly we have changed our lives, habits, and facilities. Now facility and property managers, building owners, and tenants are preparing to reopen their buildings. Where do their plans for physical changes to facilities work in harmony with, or potentially collide with, the needs of…

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