What You Should Know About the Latest CDC Eviction Moratorium Extension

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced on Tuesday, August 3, that it will be extending the federal eviction moratorium through October 3, 2021. This announcement was made after the previous moratorium ended on July 31. Like many rental housing professionals, you likely have questions about what’s changed with the latest reiteration of… Read more »

8 Common Tenant Scams and How to Avoid Them

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Every landlord wants to have responsible tenants who pay their rent on time, respect the property, and don’t cause any trouble. Unfortunately, there’s always some risk associated with renting your property; this is why it’s essential to be cautious when reviewing applicants and keep an eye out for any red flags that could indicate a… Read more »

What to Know as the Federal Eviction Moratorium Comes to a Close

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The federal eviction moratorium has been extended numerous times since the start of the pandemic, but it now appears to be reaching its end on July 31, 2021. This last extension, which prohibited evictions for an additional month, was intended to give Congress more time to determine a long-term solution to the looming wave of… Read more »

Strategies You Can Implement Now to Help with Future Nonpayment of Rent

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Rental income is one of the primary reasons many people invest in rental properties. Unfortunately, rent collection doesn’t always go smoothly—especially if your tenants have been impacted by COVID-19. The federal eviction moratorium and state moratoriums make nonpayment of rent even more complicated, as qualifying tenants cannot be evicted due to nonpayment. Whether you’re dealing… Read more »