BREAKING: Federal Judge Vacates CDC Eviction Moratorium

Many have been saying that the CDC had no authority to impose a nationwide eviction moratorium. Yesterday a federal judge agreed. Judge Dabney Friedrich of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia entered an Order vacating the moratorium, ruling that the CDC the CDC overstepped its statutory authority. The CDC issued an order in September barring landlords …

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Despite Moratorium, Foreclosure Activity on Steep Incline

Published by REALTOR Magazine | April 19, 2021 Foreclosure filings in March rose 5% compared to the previous month. Some housing analysts have grown concerned about what will happen to the real estate market when temporary foreclosure moratoriums are lifted. Will it spark a wave of new foreclosures and lead to a crisis? Already, foreclosure …

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Texas Supreme Court Ends Enforcement Of National Eviction Moratorium Statewide

Published by the Texas Standard | April 2, 2021 Local judges are no longer authorized to pause eviction cases because of the CDC moratorium. Housing courts in Texas are no longer authorized to halt evictions in compliance with a national moratorium, after the Texas Supreme Court this week let statewide protections for renters expire — …

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FORBES: Why Real Estate Insurance Premiums Are On The Rise

Published by Forbes | April 13, 2021 Renewal increases have jumped 20% year-over-year If you’re a real estate owner or investor, you may have noticed a significant increase in insurance costs compared to previous years. In fact, renewal increases have jumped 20% year-over-year, according to Q3 2020 data from Marsh’s Global Insurance Market Index, a …

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Landlords Seeking Millions from Real Estate Attorney who Disappeared

Published by The Real Deal | April 8, 2021 Lawsuit, judgments of confession filed against Mitchell Kossoff Three more landlords have come forward with claims that real estate attorney Mitchell Kossoff owes them hundreds of thousands of dollars. Kossoff, the managing partner of Kossoff PLLC, has been unreachable by his partners at the firm and …

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Big Money Funds Invest in Single-Family Homes; Biden Plans to Build 2 Million Homes and Apartments

Published by Breitbart | April 9, 2021 President Joe Biden has revealed a $2.25 trillion dollar infrastructure proposal to build two million homes and apartments while big money funds are quickly scooping up nearly all available single-family homes. According to the Hill, Biden’s proposal to build such housing “would spend four times the entire Department of Housing and …

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