One doctor has been unable to treat a patient who has been receiving care for the lingering effects of COVID-19 infection.
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Moody's Analytics forecasts millions of Americans could face $5,850 of rent and utility arrears in the new year.
Lawmakers are reportedly closing in on a package that would include $600 stimulus payments to most Americans, but it is much less than what most people want, according to recent polling.
A new forecast from Moody's Analytics forecasts that almost 12 million Americans could face rent and utility debts.
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After texting his landlord that mold had spread to his clothing, his landlord suggested that it was just an "acid wash effect," rather than a serious issue.
Up to half a million people could be made homeless without the eviction ban across the U.K.
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The country may be facing the "most severe housing crisis in its history" as federal, state and local protections and resources expire and people continue to struggle financially, a new study has warned.
"While local officials do possess certain emergency powers...statewide eviction procedures far exceed the requirement that those powers be exercised 'on an appropriate local scale,'" the Texas attorney general wrote.
Hundreds of protesters had gathered outside Mayor Eric Garcetti's home in Los Angeles, calling on him to cancel rent amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The homeowner violated two ordinances by renting out the pool for the children to throw a party.
Millions of people face eviction amid an economic downturn due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The late-night host outlined how, if mass evictions take place because many renters are struggling to pay their landlords, that we could be faced with a homelessness crisis in the near future.
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Austin Goodrich, 22, filed legal action accusing his landlord of tracking the status of his coronavirus stimulus check "without permission in an attempt to coercively collect rent from him."
"We would like to inform you that we will be reducing our monthly rent obligations effective immediately," Tesla executives reportedly wrote in a letter to some of its landlords.
The country has seen a roughly 12 percent decrease in the number of households paying rent in April, compared with last month, according to a report from the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC).
Many tenants unions and campaigners say the only way to help renters through the coronavirus crisis is for rent payments to be waived completely until the pandemic is over.
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Activists called for improved measures for protecting tenants after authorities issued moratoriums on COVID-19 related evictions.
Democratic presidential candidates Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders joined state lawmakers in New York and California in calls to freeze and forgive rent payments, as millions of Americans struggle to make ends meet under coronavirus lockdown.
Despite the president's suggestions for landlords to offer leniency, his own business record paints the contrasting image of a New York landlord who repeatedly reaped the benefits of dodging taxes at the expense of his tenants, causing rent prices to artificially increase for rent-regulated units.
The OPM posted letter templates that can be sent to creditors explaining personal financial difficulties for government workers during the shutdown.
"If I walked into Congress wearing a sack, they would laugh & take a picture of my backside. If I walk in with my best sale-rack clothes, they laugh & take a picture of my backside," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted in response to a Washington Examiner reporter's post about her clothes.
A series of landlords were caught on camera propositioning women with offers to waive their rent and utilities in exchange for sex.