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Eviction protections have lapsed, but you may still have one protection left until Aug. 24. Here’s what we know. As of July 31, every benefit provided by the CARES Act has vanished. Congress is working on another stimulus bill that renews some protections and includes a second stimulus check. Regardless, rent was still due Aug. 1, during a time when…


The coronavirus crisis and resulting executive orders from the Governor requiring businesses to close or reduce operations have significantly affected many businesses across California. The orders adopting moratoria on evictions and foreclosures have further affected the normal rights and remedies for parties to leases and rental arrangements. This has left both landlords and tenants with many questions. Below are…


“Security is the paramount concern for everybody,” says Clint Mann, president of City Tempo, a condominium gross sales, advertising and marketing and advisory agency in Washington. “We instantly instituted new cleansing regimens for frequent areas, elevators and mannequin properties, and closed amenity areas in all buildings.” The coronavirus pandemic accelerated a number of tendencies which…


The coronavirus disease pandemic has already taken a punch at rental apartment owners, and it’s going to get rougher. That’s the skinny on the Summer 2020 report from Yardi Matrix entitled, “COVID-19 Weighs on Multifamily As Rents Fall—And More Pain Is Coming.” “After years of strong fundamental performance, the COVID-19 pandemic injected a huge amount…


As the cases of coronavirus have surged and an increasing number of Americans are sheltering in place, more people are worried about catching COVID-19 from their neighbors. And while the prospect of having an infected neighbor in a cul-de-sac is scary, it’s far more terrifying if you live in a large apartment, co-op, or condo…


The Regional Plan Association wants tri-state legislators to phase out single family homes most New Yorkers can’t afford and turn them into apartments. The RPA believes re-writing the zoning rules for the four million houses in the area would level the playing field to give more people a roof over their head. “For our region…


There’s an outside chance rising apartment vacancies due to COVID-19 could trigger an end to rent regulation in New York City — but two local lawmakers are looking to pandemic-proof tenant rights. Twin bills were introduced in the State Senate and Assembly on Tuesday that would seek to protect regulated apartments by taking the vacancy rate out of the…


Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner announced a second round of $15 million in rental assistance for people financially struggling during the COVID-19 recession Friday, one day after he declined to support a city-mandated eviction grace period for tenants to catch up on past-due payments. “Our objective is to help the most vulnerable,” Turner said at a…


Hundreds of thousands of out-of-work and underemployed tenants, unable to pay past-due rents, are in danger of being thrown to the streets in Florida — not today, not next week, but at some point soon when the state’s governor decides enough is enough. Gov. Ron DeSantis’ latest extension of the state’s eviction moratorium — this time…


Since March, the economic impact of Covid-19 has continued to unfold globally. The rapid pace at which the pandemic has spread and global actions to curtail it are having unprecedented repercussions on the way we live and do business. While I believe the long-term influence and outcomes of these events will have a unique effect…

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