Eviction Moratorium through End of the Year in Full Force


The home sector is on watch after President Donald Trump administration implemented a national moratorium on residential evictions through the end of the year. The new ban covers tenants who certify that they have lost “substantial” income; that they expect to make no more than $99,000 in 2020 or received a stimulus check; and that they are making their “best efforts” to pay as much of their rent as they can. When the moratorium expires at the end of 2020, renters who received protection will still need to make up missed payments to their landlords.

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