Evictions are Delayed until 2021… Now What?

Just as states were opening up to hear unlawful detainers again, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said psych! After the Trump administration directed last month that a nationwide eviction moratorium needed to be accessed, the CDC announced a new order to curb the spread of COVID-19… and you are not going

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Rental Housing Laws That’ll Make You Sweat

Over the past few years, we’ve seen state legislators turn up the heat when it comes to proposing and passing new landlord-tenant laws and credit reporting regulations. While prior years have been focused on ban-the-box, criminal screening restrictions, and rent control, this year’s big debate is unsurprisingly how to deal with COVID-19 related unpaid rent

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COVID Policies Renters Want Apartments to Keep

While change is inevitable, certain unexpected circumstances can sometimes propel us into the future, whether we’re ready or not. The advent of COVID-19 has brought about the need to move many traditional procedures into the digital age to protect landlords and residents’ health and safety. For some, navigating these new policies requires adjusting to a

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How to Be Safe when Kids Return to School During COVID-19

If you’re clutching your stress toys, you’re not alone. This month, students K through 12 are being shoved back through the open doors of questionably sanitized schools despite the pleadings of the greater public. On the one hand, socializing, real time interaction with teachers, and increased access to school resources are highly necessary for children

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