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Michigan has launched a new program to help renters who have fallen behind on payments due to COVID-19. The Eviction Diversion Program (EDP) is being administered by the Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) in collaboration with Michigan Supreme Court and Department of Health and Human Services. The state’s eviction moratorium ended on Wednesday. As…


Amid a global pandemic and precipitous economic decline, the ongoing debate over tenant protections in Spokane’s tight housing market has taken a back seat to a more pressing issue. Landlords and tenants both say they need money to make it through the COVID-19 pandemic and have set aside the long-simmering debate about tenants’ rights – for now….


PHOENIX — Arizonans who can’t pay their rent will get more time before they face eviction. Gov. Doug Ducey announced Thursday afternoon that he is extending his order blocking people affected by COVID-19 from being evicted from their homes. That protection, which had been set to expire, now goes through Oct. 31. But renters will…


DALLAS—While many segments such as self-storage are less generally impacted by volatility in the economy, Mountain Pacific indicates that multifamily also has strong fundamentals, making it a viable asset class long term. Mountain Pacific is a development firm created in 2019 to provide equity for real estate development and opportunistic value-add transactions with a focus…


The coronavirus pandemic has dramatically changed the investment landscape. For investors who’ve experienced the recent stock market volatility, private real estate ownership can provide a welcome port in the storm. In particular, multifamily real estate property values remained relatively stable throughout the dip and subsequent rebound of public markets in early 2020. Public REITS (real…


What housing markets have been the hardest hit by the pandemic?  CNBC’s Squawk Box spoke with Bankrate.com’s Jeff Ostrowski about which areas have been the hardest hit and which have fared the best.  In particular, Ostrowski discussed his Housing Hardship index which combines mortgage delinquencies with unemployment rates in each state.  This  score determine which states…


Do you remember when mobile banking entered the tech space? It started small with SMS but eventually grew to what we now see today: an application that allows you access to everything you need about your bank account. You can view your account balance, see transaction history, transfer funds and even track investment portfolios. Having…


Courtney Jones, a Chicago real estate agent and developer, has the perfect analogy for racial inequity in modern-day real estate: Picture a game of Monopoly, and then imagine that your opponent got to circle the board 400 times before you were allowed to play. “How much would that affect your ability to be successful at…


HOLLAND, Mich. (WOOD) — Landlords will be able to evict their tenants who can’t afford to pay their rent starting Thursday. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s ban on evictions ends at 11:59 p.m. Wednesday. The state developed a program to help renters stay home and landlords recover lost revenue due to the pandemic. It’s called the Eviction Diversion…


Eight of every 10 Southern California tenants with a rent check due paid on time in June, U.S. Census data show. Responses to the Census Bureau’s latest “pulse survey” for the region show 82% of those answering the survey question, “Did you pay your last month’s rent on time,” said yes. Thirteen percent said during…

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