New York Extends Its Eviction Moratorium

New York legislators voted Wednesday on extending an eviction moratorium for renters who are behind on rent because of the pandemic, as approximately $2.3 billion in rent relief funds go unused. The moratorium was also revised after the Supreme Court last month struck down part of the law. Governor Kathy Hochul called the Legislature toContinue reading “New York Extends Its Eviction Moratorium”

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New York Air Force Veteran And Her Young Daughter Are Living Out Of Her Car

A landlord in upstate New York has been forced to live out of her car after the tenants of her three properties refused to pay rent for almost a year, while she’s powerless to evict them due to the state and federal moratoriums. Brandie LaCasse, who’s owed more than $23,000 in uncollected rent from herContinue reading “New York Air Force Veteran And Her Young Daughter Are Living Out Of Her Car”

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Are We Heading For A Buy-To-Let Exodus?

The number of homes for rent in Britain could fall dramatically, as landlords leave the market thanks to higher taxes and more stringent rules. About a million landlords, more than a third of the total, will review their property holdings in the next year, according to the Nottingham Building Society, and the amount planning toContinue reading “Are We Heading For A Buy-To-Let Exodus?”

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Letting Agents Turn Away Tenants On Housing Benefits

Shelter and the National Housing Federation found one in 10 agents in England refused to let to those on benefit. The covert investigation discovered the policy was implemented even if tenants could afford the rent. Stephen Tyler told the BBC that housing benefit discrimination had forced him to sleep in his car. The wheelchair userContinue reading “Letting Agents Turn Away Tenants On Housing Benefits”

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