Covid-19

Investors Bet Flexible Leases Are a Lasting Trend

Published by REALTOR Magazine | October 6, 2021 Remote work sparked a demand for short-term housing with flexible terms. Investors believe one pandemic-related trend will offer up long-term results: short-term apartment leases. They’re rushing to invest in such buildings that can offer flexible short-term apartment rentals, even as more workers return to the office. Over …

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Biden Admin Extends Additional Mortgage Relief Options for FHA Loans

Published by FOX Business | September 30, 2021 The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has announced new forbearance options for homeowners who are struggling to make their mortgage payments. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) announced Monday the extension and addition of new COVID-19 mortgage relief options for homeowners with …

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Landlords From Florida to California Are Raising Rent Prices at a Record Pace

Published by Bloomberg | August 18, 2021 The dramatic conditions for U.S. homebuyers during the past year are now spilling into the market for rentals. Soaring prices. Competition. Desperation. The dramatic conditions for U.S. homebuyers during the past year are now spilling into the market for rentals. Landlords from Tampa, Florida, to Memphis, Tennessee, and …

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Some Landlords Seek Exit Strategy During Eviction Ban

Published by Florida Realtors | August 19, 2021 Many smaller landlords are losing sleep, doing their own repairs, and some are even selling property, which could further dent the U.S.’s supply of affordable housing. When Ryan David bought three rental properties back in 2017, he expected the $1,000-a-month he was pocketing after expenses would be …

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Breitbart: ‘Cancel Rent’ Hero Ayanna Pressley Discloses $1,000s in Rental Income

Published by Breitbart | August 18, 2021 So-called “Squad” member Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) reportedly shows thousands of dollars in rental income with her husband in her financial disclosure forms, despite being a co-sponsor of the “cancel rent” bill. Pressley’s annual financial disclosure, which every member files, shows she and her husband made up to $15,000 …

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The CDC Will Decide Who Lives on Your Property and for How Long

Published by Need to Know Blog | August 19, 2021 The endgame will be to bankrupt landlords so the government can seize their properties and allow people to live in them for free so long as they obey. CDC Director Rochelle Walensky announced an extension for the eviction moratorium until early October for regions with …

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Major Landlords Sue L.A. for $100 Million over Eviction Moratorium

Published by Breitbart | August 10, 2021 GHP Management Corp. and several other companies owned by developer Geoffrey Palmer are suing the City of Los Angeles for $100 million over its eviction moratorium, saying the policy has resulted in massive losses to the firm. The suit further alleges that the plaintiffs cannot find help from banks, who …

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Real Estate Industry Spends Over $100M Lobbying Against Eviction Moratorium

Published by FOX Business | August 6, 2021 Democrats successfully pressured the administration to roll out another temporary moratorium. The real estate industry spent over $100 million lobbying Congress during the coronavirus pandemic against eviction moratoriums. The country’s largest real estate industry group, the National Association of Realtors (NAR), spent more than $84 million last year challenging the …

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Landlords Sue CDC Over Extension of Eviction Moratorium

Published by The New American | August 6, 2021 Since the beginning of the pandemic, the government has effectively stripped landlords from their property rights by banning them from collecting rent or evicting a tenant who refuses to pay it. Trade groups representing property owners filed a lawsuit to block a new federal eviction moratorium …

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Doubts Surround Legality of New Temporary Eviction Ban

Published by Newsmax | August 4, 2021 The new order protects renters only in parts of the country where there is significant COVID-19 transmission, though in practice it initially covers areas where 90% of the U.S. population lives. President Joe Biden may have averted a flood of evictions and solved a growing political problem when …

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