Can I Be Evicted During Coronavirus?

Author Claude Boucher 14:57, 1 July 2007 (UTC)Wikimedia

Update, Sept. 16, 2020: On Sept. 4, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued an order that protects most renters from eviction for nonpayment of rent through Dec. 31, 2020. You can find out more about whether you qualify and how to protect yourself by checking the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s website. If you have an eviction pending that was filed against you between March 27 and July 24, you can still check below to see if you may be protected by a previous federal eviction ban.

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The federal government has ordered a halt to all evictions until July 25 against tenants who can’t pay their rent in properties that have federally backed loans or that participate in certain programs. After that, landlords have to give 30 days notice to vacate, so you may be protected from legal action until August 25. Use this database to search apartment buildings nationwide to find out if your rental unit may qualify for eviction protection. Related story → | About this database →

This database contains addresses for more than 177,000 buildings with five or more units that have mortgages backed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac; those insured by the Federal Housing Administration; and properties that are part of certain low-income housing programs. Some properties that qualify for federal protections, including ones with fewer than five units backed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, are not in our database.

When State Eviction Protections Expire

State and local governments have assembled a patchwork of eviction protection rules, meaning some renters may face the threat of eviction sooner than others as reopening begins.

After Aug. 31 or End of Declared Emergency
Between Aug. 1 and Aug. 31
No Rule or Before Aug. 1

 

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