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A new pair of housing bills would extend tenant eviction protections through the end of March and introduce a new path to create additional housing in under-utilized, big-box developments. California Sen. Anna Caballero (D-Salinas) introduced Senate Bills 3 and 6, respectively called The Tenant, Homeowner, and Small Landlord-Tenant Relief Act of 2021 and the Neighborhood…


Renters and homeowners in Atlanta have just a few more days to apply for rent and mortgage assistance through the city’s COVID-19 relief program. The deadline for applications is Saturday, Dec. 19, according to United Way, which is administering the program on behalf of the city. Online applications are no longer open, but residents are able…


Toledo City Council is facing pushback from some landlords who do not want to see source of income added to the city’s anti-discrimination laws. The amendment would mean landlords would no longer be able to refuse to lease property to tenants who would otherwise qualify but use state or federal-funded housing vouchers to pay their rent….


HONOLULU (AP) — SOME Hawaii landlords have rejected about $8 million in back rent payments because they do not have general excise tax licenses, officials said. The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported Tuesday that some landlords are believed to be refusing direct payments for rent owed to them because they do not pay taxes on their rental income. The…


GLENDALE, Calif. (KABC) — Several Southern California renters are upset with a partnership their apartment building owner has made with Airbnb, calling it hypocritical and dangerous. “I saw a lot of people with suitcases and so I looked on Airbnb and I noticed there were a lot of listings there for the building,” said Christopher…


Small business owners already struggling because of the COVID-19 pandemic and state-ordered shutdowns or capacity restrictions now face another hurdle to surviving 2020: an unexpected tax hit. That’s because of a November ruling by the IRS for business owners who took out a forgivable loan earlier this year through the Paycheck Protection Program, or PPP….


Red flags that could signify fraudulent activity among applicants in rental housing are on the rise, according to a new fraud analysis from TransUnion (NYSE: TRU). Since the start of the pandemic, the percentage of fraud triggers detected through TransUnion’s multi-layered rental housing fraud solution, ResidentID, increased nearly 30% from the period of March 2020 to August 2020. Fraud…


Citing statistics showing that 73% of the local homeless population was formerly incarcerated, the Oakland City Council passed the “Fair Chance to Housing” Ordinance in February 2020. This local law imposed new regulations on housing providers which (with some exceptions) prohibited “adverse actions” based on a current or prospective tenant’s criminal record, prohibited housing providers…


Note this is an opinion piece written by a third party.  Keeping tenants struggling to pay rent in their homes while making landlords whole is always a challenge. The coronavirus pandemic made it many times more difficult with fewer resources and many more tenants facing the threat of eviction. Recognizing the danger of people losing their…


SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) – The ability to work remotely, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic, has led to a surge of vacancies in San Francisco’s apartment stock. A new law will allow the city to track just how many units are sitting empty. “This is long overdue,” Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer said as her ordinance…

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