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Despite a federal order that protects tenants from being evicted until the end of June, corporate landlords around the U.S. have gone to court to eject thousands of people from their homes. Now government regulators are scrutinizing these property owners’ eviction practices, putting many of the nation’s largest landlords on notice. The Federal Trade Commission…


President Joe Biden wants to expand Section 8 housing assistance to more than 200,000 additional families. The administration proposed an additional $5.4 billion in hopes that housing vouchers will help low-income people at risk of homelessness because of the pandemic. But the challenge for many voucher-holders is finding landlords willing to accept them. Alice Robinson…


One in four American workers expect that they will continue to have either partial or complete remote-work flexibility after the pandemic, and a majority believe that remote work flexibility will have an impact on their housing preferences and location, according to a report from Apartment List. “In a survey of 5,000 employed adults across the U.S.,…


A young woman has gone viral on TikTok for sharing footage of her shoddy apartment complex, claiming that she was “sabotaging” her landlord who plans to raise her rent next month. A TikTok user by the handle @cornchipsandcorgis, better known as Katie on the platform, posted a video of her less than ideal living arrangement on…


While multifamily was one of the “hardest hit sectors,” during the pandemic, according to DLA Piper Global Real Estate’s 2021 Annual State of the Market Survey, it’s coming back. “Multifamily, affordable housing and hotels/lodging have gained significant momentum, with 49%, 32% and 22% of respondents, respectively, finding them attractive for investors,” the report says. Like…


AUSTIN, Texas — Mold is a growing health hazard emerging from Texas’ deadly winter storm. It’s difficult to deal with because there are few state and local laws regulating mold. Renters in Texas are dealing with the bulk of storm damages following the freeze in February, especially those in low-income and communities of color. Ramon…


(The Center Square) – Hours after a federal judge in Washington D.C. on Wednesday ruled against the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s moratorium on evictions, an attorney in Springfield, Mo., gave sobering advice for those owing months of rent. “An appeal can happen on this,” said Dan Wichmer, executive director of Legal Services of…


Drake Goodman and Patty Palmer lease a studio apartment to Carter Haynes. But Haynes has not paid rent since last May, when the shelter-in-place orders caused his fledging restaurant to go out of business. While sympathetic to Haynes’s plight, the loss of rental income has severely damaged Goodman and Palmer’s own finances, and they are…


The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is making more than $20.2 million available to fair housing organizations working to fight housing discrimination. The money will support fair housing testing, education and outreach, and capacity building, and is being provided through the department’s Fair Housing Initiatives Program (FHIP). Each year, HUD offers funding to…


US apartment rent growth is back in a big way, now that the country’s reopening local economies are fueling household creation and stimulating robust demand for all types of housing. Effective asking rents for US apartments climbed 1.3% in April, rising at the fastest pace seen during a single month for the past decade or…

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