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Times are challenging for multifamily landlords with nonpaying (or slow paying) tenants. Below is a snapshot of the primary eviction impediment requiring that residential landlords “halt” certain evictions. Also included below is a checklist for multifamily landlords dealing with nonpaying tenants. As it currently stands, the existing requirement that landlords “halt” certain evictions come from the Centers…


With the onset of Covid-19, landlords, building owners, and property managers around the country must now think about their tenants’ safety in a much different way. Previously, building safety meant offering a clean environment, maintaining a secure premise, and ensuring units and storage aren’t tampered with. Due to the pandemic, many new precautions have bubbled…


If you asked 100 different people to summarize the year 2020 in one word or phrase, I would bet the answers would be as mixed as they were comical. The words “dumpster fire” come to mind for this author. For landlords specifically, the COVID-19 pandemic has required them to change how they do business, how…


Proposition 19, billed as “The Property Tax Transfers, Exemptions, and Revenue for Wildfire Agencies and Counties Amendment,” passed with  51.1% of California voter approval in November. As a result, 2021 will see sweeping changes in property taxes assessed on personal residences. There’s good and bad news. Let me note here that I’m going to simplify…


Congress just passed a COVID-19 stimulus package that extends the federal eviction ban until Jan. 31, 2021, and provides rental assistance. The president signed it into law Dec. 28. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) halted residential evictions in September in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19. The order was set to expire at the…


The stimulus package passed by Congress late Monday includes an extension of a national eviction ban through Jan. 31, temporarily avoiding what housing advocates warned would be a dangerous situation for the U.S. amid the raging COVID-19 pandemic. Congress approved the $900 billion legislation after months of back-and-forth, securing a one-month extension of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s…


Washington Gov. Jay Inslee formally extended a statewide ban on most evictions Thursday, Dec. 31, making good on a promise he made last week. Inslee’s order extends all existing provisions through March 31, 2021, and changes previous orders to provide additional support for landlords and property owners, according to a statement issued Thursday. Included in…


The COVID-19 pandemic kept more people in their apartments last year. This may come as a surprise, given the data that show more Americans moving to lower-cost areas of the country. Yet in a recent report, RENTCafé said that 10% fewer renters applied for a new apartment last year, which broke a years-long trend of single-digit increases….


The Metropolitan Council is seeking building owners who are interested in solar and open to increasing the number of units eligible for Section 8 vouchers. A regional planning agency in the Twin Cities is offering to help suburban rental property owners add solar panels to their buildings in exchange for setting aside additional apartments for…


Daniel Neal’s former landlord ended up owing him money, but the owners of new apartments he inquired about renting didn’t give him a chance to explain why his name appears in New Jersey eviction records. His Jersey City landlord wouldn’t fix a leak that ruined Neal’s belongings. He protested by not paying rent. His landlord took him to court…

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