So, it turns out Prez Biden isn't going to save MILLIONS of people that are soon to be kicked to the curb.
Moreover, the economic impact of this housing crisis will be "significant" and it's probably too late to cash in on an EPIC home sale.
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KC TENANTS DEMAND 10 GRAND AND FREE RENT AMID A RECENT JACKSON COUNTY LAND DEAL THAT'S GOING TO DESTROY A LOCAL TRAILER PARK!!!
Meanwhile, back in the real world the situation for po'folk is looking even more dire and there's NOBODY coming to help.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Residents of the Heart Village Mobile Home Park found out last week that they will be displaced from their homes because Jackson County bought the land to build a new jail - and now they have some demands.
or months, Denise Forcer would get stressed just by opening her closet. The crush of belongings stuffed inside reminded her she didn't know where she would go or what she would do if her landlord followed through with the eviction notices they kept posting on the door of her south Florida apartment.
CBS News Lavita Harvey is well aware the federal moratorium on evictions ends Saturday. The Las Vegas mother of two teenagers lost both of her jobs during the coronavirus pandemic and has been unable to pay her $900-per-month rent. "I'm terrified. Job offers are coming in but they're coming in very slowly," she told CBS News.
When the Centers for Disease Control extended eviction protections for renters one more time last month, to July 31, it said in no uncertain terms the extension would be the last.
The national moratorium on evictions is set to expire on Saturday. Meanwhile, local governments are trying to spend billions of dollars in federal rental assistance. But some are finding that tenants are not always getting the money they need. WABE's Stephannie Stokes reports.
Written By: Press Release Posted by David Elliott Published Date: 07-29-2021 Kansas Housing Resources Corporation (KHRC), the state's housing finance agency, has provided $21,670,326.79 in emergency rental and utility assistance to 4,054 Kansas households experiencing financial hardship as a result of the COVID pandemic.
In September 2020, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a ban on evictions, pointing to a law that grants the agency power to prevent the inter-state spread of communicable diseases. After four extensions, that ban expires on Saturday (July 31), spelling uncertainty for millions of renters across the US.
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