San Francisco COVID-19 Eviction Ban Ends

San Francisco COVID-19 Eviction Ban Ends

Covid-19 eviction moratoriums have now ended. Imagine a scenario where the entire population of Fremont, CA is evicted from their homes. That’s one (of many) dire predictions as the pandemic continues and federal COVID-19 rent relief funds languish in confusion...
Rent Moratoriums End – What To Know

Rent Moratoriums End – What To Know

Time is running out on Covid-19 eviction moratoriums. On Thursday, August 26, the United States Supreme court denied the option of a new national ban on most evictions. The action is yet another blow to renters waiting for funds from the $47 billion rental assistance...
Section 8 Voucher Holders: Know Your Rights

Section 8 Voucher Holders: Know Your Rights

What’s something landlords in San Francisco, Denver, Memphis, Chicago and Washington, DC have in common? They are located in one of the fewer than 100 U.S. cities prohibiting housing discrimination based on source of income. In other words, if you are a Section...
Senate Bill 91: A Temporary Lifeline for Covid-19 Impacted Tenants

Senate Bill 91: A Temporary Lifeline for Covid-19 Impacted Tenants

The COVID-19 pandemic generated a slew of new rules, extended rent moratoriums, eviction restrictions and complicated compliance calendars for both landlords and tenants. Just as California’s COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act was expiring, SB 91 took effect January 29,...
Eviction vs. Ejection

Eviction vs. Ejection

What’s the Difference? Most tenants understand the meaning of the word eviction. Eviction is “the dispossession of a tenant of leased property by a legal process.”  In other words, the tenant has to leave because a judge said so after the landlord...