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    Zoom In IconArrows pointing outwards For months, renter Sabrina Floyd waited with to hear if she and her family were approved for help from the Clark County rental assistance program in Las Vegas. She'd often ask her caseworker for updates, and would get the same reply: "Thank you for your continued patience during these hard times," the email said. "We...
    Siraj Ahmad | iStock | Getty Images More than 10 million Americans, or 14% of U.S. renters, say they aren't caught up with their housing payments, meaning many could be at risk when the national moratorium on evictions expires in under a month. That finding comes from data collected by the Census Bureau between May 12 and 24 and analyzed...
    Newark, New Jersey.Sean Pavone | iStock | Getty Images Since September, most renters across the country have been protected from eviction, thanks to an unprecedented moratorium on the proceedings ordered by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Now that ban will expire in less than a month, and millions of Americans could find eviction notices on their front doors....
    Maricopa County, Arizona, constable Darlene Martinez signs an eviction order on Oct. 7, 2020 in Phoenix.John Moore | Getty Images News | Getty Images Renters who are financially struggling because of the coronavirus pandemic got some scary news yesterday when a federal judge overturned the national eviction moratorium two months earlier than expected. In a 20-page ruling, U.S. District Court...
    Loading the player... A federal judge has struck down the national moratorium on evictions implemented by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention during the coronavirus pandemic. The ruling will put millions of Americans at risk of losing their homes months ahead of the projected moratorium end date in September.   Exterior of the Center for Disease Control (CDC) headquarters...
    A federal judge granted a temporary stay as the Justice Department moved to appeal her decision on Wednesday to vacate the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s national eviction moratorium. D.C. District Court Judge Dabney Friedrich ordered the pause on Wednesday hours after ruling the CDC lacks the authority under federal law to authorize such a moratorium, which the...
    An eviction notice in Los Angeles.Lucy Nicholson | Reuters Federal Judge Dabney Friedrich struck down on Wednesday the national eviction moratorium, potentially leaving millions of Americans at risk of losing their homes. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has banned most evictions across the country since September. President Joe Biden extended that protection to renters until July. Some 1...
    Ting Shen/Bloomberg via Getty Images The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced an interim rule on Monday that will allow tenants to sue debt collectors who violate the national ban on evictions. Attorneys for landlords and other debt collectors who wrongly evict tenants could also face federal and state prosecution, the bureau said. In addition, these debt collectors must now provide...
    .Catherine Falls Commercial | Moment | Getty Images The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention may be moving to extend the national eviction moratorium that has been in effect since September and is now scheduled to expire at the end of March. The CDC has sent a proposal to the Office of Management and Budget for regulatory review, which experts...
    Allen J. Schaben | Los Angeles Times | Getty Images More than 2,200 organizations have written a letter to President Joe Biden urging him to extend the national eviction moratorium. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced a ban on evicting struggling renters during the pandemic last September, and that protection is scheduled to expire at the end of...
    In a victory for landlords, a federal judge in Ohio ruled Thursday that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention exceeded its authority when it ordered a moratorium on evictions in connection with the coronavirus pandemic. The CDC's order went beyond what the federal Public Health Service Act allows the agency to do in halting housing evictions, U.S. District Judge J....
    Nurses display a 'Stay Home' sign on their vehicle during a car caravan of nurses calling for people to remain home amid a surge of COVID-19 cases in El Paso on November 16, 2020 in El Paso, Texas.Mario Tama | Getty Images A federal judge in Texas ruled on Thursday evening that the national ban on evictions that's been in...
    DENVER (CBS4) – The Colorado Apartment Association says rent payments are off to a strong start in 2021. Data analytics firm RealPage reports 93.5% of Coloradans paid rent as of Jan. 20, which is 4.9% higher than the national average. (credit: iStock/Getty Images) Colorado’s rent collection rate fell slightly this year compared to 95.8% in January 2020. However, CAA reports...
    (L-R) Doug Emhoff, U.S. Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, Jill Biden and President-elect Joe Biden wave as they arrive on the East Front of the U.S. Capitol for the inauguration on January 20, 2021 in Washington.Joe Raedle | Getty Images President Joe Biden on Wednesday is expected to extend the federal ban on evictions through March 2021 through an executive action...
    No-Mad | iStock | Getty Images A bipartisan coronavirus aid deal that lawmakers struck on Sunday will extend the national eviction moratorium through January and establish a rental assistance fund of $25 billion. The relief comes as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's eviction moratorium was set to expire at the end of the month. More than 14 million...
    Maricopa County Constable Darlene Martinez evicts a tenant on Oct. 7, 2020, in Phoenix, Arizona. Thousands of court-ordered evictions continue nationwide despite a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention moratorium for renters impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. For many out-of-work Americans, the end of unemployment benefits is just around the corner if Congress doesn’t act, a failure that will slash $19 billion in...
    Punjabi actress/singer Sara Gurpal was the first contestant to be evicted from Bigg Boss 14. This decision was taken by the toofani seniors Hina Khan, Gauahar Khan and Sidharth Shukla which came as a shocker for many. While Hina and Gauahar wanted Nishant Singh Malkhani to go out of the house, it was Sidharth Shukla who wanted to kick Gurpal...
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    At least two lawsuits filed in federal court argue that the national eviction moratorium issued by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Trump administration earlier this month is unconstitutional. The National Apartment Association, a trade group that represents the apartment segment of the rental housing industry, recently joined a lawsuit filed in a Georgia federal district...
    A county order issued Thursday by Mayor Carlos Giménez, authorizing Miami Dade police officers to enforce eviction orders, established before March 12, has been canceled. The news confirmed to Telemundo 51 first by the Miami Police Department spokesman Álvaro Zabaleta, during a live broadcast on our YouTube channel, has restored hope to tenants like this...
    Former three-division titleholder Akira Yaegashi retires at 37 Lysol Wipes and Sprays Are Finally Back In Stock Online National renter eviction moratorium announced by Trump administration © Provided by Bankrate apartments-architectural-design-architecture-981916 © Provided by Bankrate Residential evictions for most renters will be banned through the end of the year under a new directive issued by the Trump administration...
    If homeownership is the American dream, then being a renter has become the national nightmare. Coronavirus has awkwardly exposed, no less amplified, the huge gap between the haves (who primarily own) and the have-nots (largely renters). And let’s be honest, this economic chasm is also split along racial lines. Without additional government intervention designed for the less fortunate, a satisfying...
    (CBS DETROIT) – Rent is due for millions of Americans and a flood of evictions filings are hitting courts now nationwide. A ban on evictions in buildings with mortgages backed by the government ended last week. According to Apartment List, 21 percent of renters didn’t pay rent last month. Landlords are seeking reparation for more than $21 billion in overdue...
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