The CDC Eviction Moratorium is Expiring

Posted by Stephen Marshall on

The President announced today that the CDC will allow its eviction moratorium to expire, due largely to the court rulings that they have no statutory authority for the moratorium. Still, the President called on Congress to take action to extend the moratorium further.

There's a lot that we don't know about how things will play out. Check out the video to find out where things stand right now on evictions, rental assistance, and notices to give for non-payment of rent.

One thing I forgot to include in the video is that the National Apartment Association is filing a lawsuit against the federal government to help landlords recover losses that were incurred as a result of the CDC eviction moratorium. You are not required to be an NAA member to join the lawsuit, though there are costs involved in joining the suit. Click here to get more information on the lawsuit and how to join it.  

That's it for now. I'm heading out on vacation and will be out of the office until August 9. Hope you're doing well. See you soon.

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