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SB480: This bill would broaden domestic violence protections language and extend protections to include residents who are victims of attempted...

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The National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC)’s Rent Payment Tracker found 79.8 percent of apartment households made a full or partial rent...

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A new glitch at the state unemployment office is frustrating jobless workers, mistakenly explaining why they don’t qualify for benefits,...

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HUD invites you to participate in a series of webinars on the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program. This webinar, fourth in a series, will walk...

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Mecklenburg County has opened up its application for emergency rental assistance. These funds are available for residents living in Mecklenburg...

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As you may be aware, The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has extended its federal eviction moratorium through June 30. The moratorium has been...

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People unemployed because of the coronavirus pandemic may just be realizing, or just remembering, that they owe income taxes on their unemployment...

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Executive Order 207 expedites the processing of unemployment insurance claims, a measure that has been in place under previous Orders. The extension...

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According to the most recent RealPage report, the list of markets with the steepest annual job losses was again headed by New York lost more than...

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On Monday, the CDC announced that its federal eviction moratorium order will be extended through June 30, 2021. It was set to expire on March 31st....

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The link below provides more detailed information concerning outdoor pool limitations and meeting space restrictions. Outdoor Pool & Meeting...

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In yet another case, a judge has ruled against the CDC’s authority to issue eviction moratoriums. A federal judge in Ohio has ruled that the...

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