Some Landlords Seek Exit Strategy During Eviction Ban

  By Michael Casey and Anne D’Innocenzio 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. NEW YORK (AP) – When Ryan David bought three rental properties back in 2017, he expected the $1,000-a-month he was pocketing after […]

Property Managers: Do’s and Don’ts as Eviction Ban Ends

TENANTS, the CDC’s Eviction Moratorium Has Expired.  Here is a link to an article that may be able to help you in the case that you have not been able to pay your rent as a result of the pandemic.  This educational article will inform you as to the actions a property manager, and an […]

Eviction and Foreclosure Moratoriums Extended to July 31

By Kerry Smith 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. WASHINGTON – On Thursday, the Centers […]