December 2020 may be one of the toughest months for rent payments! With the CDC Eviction Moratorium and CARES Act funds currently scheduled to end on 12/31/20, where is help for tenants? What can a renter do if they can’t pay rent due to coronavirus? This update is for tenants across the nation, not just California tenants. We cover 6 important tips for all tenants who can’t pay rent for December.
➡️What can local city and state websites provide for help for tenants
➡️What is 211 and how can a tenant possibly find 211 rental assistance
➡️Is it time to consider a Public Housing Agency
➡️Where can a tenant find more information on a local eviction moratorium?
➡️Where can a tenant find additional sources of money to help pay for rent
➡️What should a tenant do if a landlord gives a legal notice or eviction notice?
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00:00 WIRE Associates Intro from Christian Walsh
01:07 Local websites for help
02:01 211 or 211 website
02:28 Public Housing Agency
03:51 Local eviction moratorium
04:45 A few sources for money and rental assistance
05:47 Legal or eviction notices
06:32 A few more tips for tenants
CDC Eviction Moratorium -
Emergency Bans on Evictions and Other Tenant Protections Related to Coronavirus -
211 Assistance -
Public Housing Agency - Section 8 Vouchers
Where to find free legal assistance for evictions: Guide for tenants and landlords -
AB 3088 Playlist - California Eviction Moratorium:
California - AB 3088 - Declaration of the COVID-19-related Financial Distress and Notice of Demand for Payment of Rent & Notices from AOA -
EIDL application link:
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