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CDC Eviction Ban: What Can Landlords Do to Protect Their Investment?

How Landlords can Deal With the CDC Eviction Ban

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) once again extended the national ban on evictions. What was supposed to expire on June 30th has now been pushed to July 31, 2021. In a statement made June 24th, the CDC said that this was intended to be the final extension of the orders meant to […]

How COVID-19 Policies have Exacerbated the Housing Crisis

How COVID-19 Policies have Exacerbated the Housing Crisis

The effects of the COVID housing crisis will be felt in the rental industry for years to come. While new legislation protected tenants from unpaid rent evictions, landlords with non-paying tenants found little relief or sympathy for their own financial wellbeing. As current orders are set to expire, the day of reckoning is coming. So, […]

How COVID is Changing Landlord-Tenant Laws

Navigating the Changing COVID Landlord-Tenant Laws in Virginia

It is safe to say that the COVID-19 pandemic changed the rental industry in many ways. While some regulations were in response to the economic and public health crisis, many restrictions and questions still linger now that things are returning to normal. Landlords across the United States have struggled to keep up with mounting back […]

Is Selling a Rental During COVID a Good Idea for Landlords?

Is Selling a Rental During COVID a Good Idea for Landlords?

A booming sellers’ market combined with an uncertain future for the rental industry has many owners questioning if now is the time to sell. Smaller landlords have been hit hard by the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent eviction bans. As that ban now stretches to the end of June (maybe further), what […]

Understanding the CDC Eviction Ban: How Landlords Are Fighting Back

Understanding the CDC Eviction Ban How Landlords Are Fighting Back

The moratorium on evictions is now extended through June 30, 2021. Landlords are left to wonder, is there any end in sight? The answer is a complex and uncertain one. Since the CDC eviction ban has already been extended multiple times, what can a landlord do? According to Moody Analytics, an estimated 7 million households […]

Spring Activities for the Whole Family in Richmond, Virginia

Spring Activities for the Whole Family in Richmond, Virginia

Cities and towns across our nation are finally trying to put the COVID-19 pandemic behind us. With that, Spring welcomes the return of many community events, cultural attractions, and fun family activities. Even with continued social distance modifications and required face masks, individuals are ready to head back out and enjoy the chance to return […]

What is the Status of Eviction Moratoriums in Baltimore City?

What is the Status of Eviction Moratoriums in Baltimore City?

As more and more Baltimore residents receive the COVID-19 vaccine, the hope is that life may soon return to normal. That said, anyone involved in the rental industry will likely feel the pandemic’s effects long after it is gone. Many tenants in Baltimore City have lost hours or employment altogether, making it difficult to make […]

Effects of Eviction Moratorium on DC Landlords

The Current Moratorium Restrictions on Evictions in Washington DC

New executive orders have landlords in Washington DC and across the country wondering when, or if, relief from non-paying tenants will ever come. Recently, the POTUS signed an order to extend the eviction moratorium on residential properties. Therefore, at least for now, the light at the end of the tunnel is a little further away. […]

What Are the Eviction Moratorium Guidelines and When Will it End?

What Are the Eviction Moratorium Guidelines and When Will it End?

Many landlords who may have otherwise pursued a tenant eviction have so far not been able to due to COVID-19. However, is there an end in sight? At least for now, the federal government has extended the eviction moratorium for residential properties. Understanding changing regulations and executive orders are tough for landlords. After all, there […]

COVID-19 Showing Alternatives for Rental Properties During the Pandemic

COVID-19 Showing Alternatives for Rental Properties During the Pandemic

Across the nation, more and more neighborhoods are bouncing back from the pandemic woes of 2020. However, precautions are still needed to keep everyone safe. As a landlord, showing properties is challenging while trying to adhere to social distancing and sanitation requirements. That said, there are many showing alternatives that landlords can utilize to still […]