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Tuesday, September 15, 2020

There is widespread consensus among CEO’s that business changes underway before Covid-19 have accelerated dramatically. For example, online delivery’s volume increased by the same amount in eight...
Kindel Jenkins can remember a conversation near the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic with attorneys at the League City law office where she works. What would they do if there wasn’t enough work...
Nearly 9,000 families in Memphis face eviction as the pandemic continues to take a heavy toll. Memphis councilwoman Rhonda Logan told FOX13 she’s trying to work with families who impacted. One of her...
A national eviction moratorium ordered by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention went into effect over a week ago, protecting some renters from eviction through the end of 2020. But after a...
Thousands of people in the St. Louis region are facing evictions because of unemployment or a considerable loss of income from the ongoing effects of the coronavirus pandemic. To mitigate the spread...
Evictions have spiked in Iowa’s most populous county over the past several weeks as coronavirus-related eviction bans expired . But housing advocates have helped dozens of tenants like Green through...
As property values increase along the curve of the BeltLine, in South and West Atlanta, they face increasing pressures to sell. And an investigation now reveals the harmful results that can have for...