COVID-19

Nearly one in 10 Long Island homeowners have fallen behind on their mortgages, and housing advocates and attorneys are urging them to seek help before the situation gets worse. More than 60,000 Long...
Nashville housing attorneys and advocates were steeling for a “tidal wave” of evictions as moratoriums and other orders protecting tenants were set to expire last week. But shortly after Davidson...
Many in the U.S. are facing a cascade of economic and health-related problems revealed in a new survey by NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Harvard's T.H. Chan School of Public Health. The...
Gov. Andy Beshear has announced the launch of the Healthy at Home Eviction Relief Fund website, teamkyhherf.ky.gov , where Kentuckians now can visit and apply for assistance. “As we continue to wage...
While Idaho advocates say Friday’s federal moratorium on evictions was needed, they still feel a more permanent solution is required. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued the ban...
Last week, as part of an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Trump administration put a halt on certain residential evictions through the end of the year. Lynnea Hawkins, who is not a fan...
Philadelphia court officials will announce a temporary stay on lockouts related to eviction orders Tuesday, PlanPhilly has learned. The move comes as landlord-tenant proceedings begin to ramp up at...
The national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has banned evictions and foreclosures for the rest of the year, in an order issued this week, citing evictions as a health hazard during the...
Community engagement specialist Brittani Howell spoke with Mark Fairchild, Director of Public Policy at Covering Kids & Families of Indiana; Calvin Roberson, Vice President of Planning and...
Indiana is bracing for a swarm of evictions caused by Covid-19-related job losses and reduced paychecks, despite a CDC extension of a moratorium until the end of the year. Experts estimate that 313,...

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