Covid-19

White House Unveils New Measures to Stave Off Foreclosures

Published by FOX Business | July 23, 2021 Pandemic relief programs for homeowners are set to expire in coming weeks, months The Biden administration has unveiled plans to expand aid for homeowners with government-backed mortgages, an effort to stave off a wave of foreclosures for Americans who fell behind on payments during the coronavirus pandemic. …

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California paying past-due rent for lower-income residents who fell behind during COVID-19 pandemic

Published by FOX Business | July 14, 2021 Gov. Gavin Newsom said more than $1 billion has already been requested Lower-income Californians who fell behind on their rent payments during the COVID-19 pandemic may now receive 100% of their past-due rent in full and even a few months’ worth of upcoming rent, under a new $5.2 billion program launched …

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National Apartment Association Suing for Industry Compensation

The following is a letter from Robert Pinnegar, CAE, President and CEO of National Apartment Association | July 15, 2021 The National Apartment Association (NAA) will soon file a lawsuit against the federal government seeking compensation for business losses suffered under the unlawful U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) eviction moratorium. The CDC’s protracted moratorium is financially damaging rental housing providers and violating rights guaranteed …

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Eviction and Foreclosure Moratoriums Extended to July 31

Published by Florida Realtors | June 24, 2021 The CDC extended the federal eviction moratorium for another month, from June 30 to July 31, further frustrating landlords. However, CDC also said it’s likely that this new deadline will be the last one. FHFA also announced that its foreclosure moratorium was extended to July 31. The …

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BREAKING: Federal Judge Vacates CDC Eviction Moratorium

Published by The Washington Post | May 5, 2021 Court rules agency lacks legal authority to impose it Many have been saying that the CDC had no authority to impose a nationwide eviction moratorium. Yesterday a federal judge agreed. “The pandemic has triggered difficult policy decisions that have had enormous real-world consequences. The nationwide eviction …

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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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