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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention moved Monday to extend a national ban on evicting renters who are experiencing hardship related to COVID-19, just two days before it was set to expire.
"Keeping people in their homes and out of crowded or congregate settings -- like homeless shelters -- by preventing evictions is a key step in helping to stop the spread of COVID-19."
The CDC said it wants to avoid displaced people from moving in with family members or friends, or being forced into crowded homeless shelters.
"When you're looking at an infectious disease like COVID-19, evictions can have an impact not only on the health of evicted families, but also on the health of the broader community,"
So, I guess the big questions with this one is what about the landlord? Is the bank allowing landlords not to pay their mortgages on these properties with renters not paying the rent? If not, a lot of people are going to lose their rental properties.
If not, a lot of people are going to lose their rental properties.
Is the bank allowing landlords not to pay their mortgages on these properties with renters not paying the rent?
originally posted by: DontTreadOnMe
a reply to: infolurker
My first thought ....CDC????
The center for disease control is issuing edicts about evictions?
How do they have that authority?
And who is subsidizing the landlords?