Can't Pay Rent for November Due to COVID-19? Guide for Tenants and Landlords
Even during this crazy election, it's important to remember that there are tenants who can’t pay rent right now and things have changed for California landlords and California tenants in the crazy housing market 2020! What if California tenants can’t pay rent due to coronavirus in November 2020? What can a California landlord do for renters who can’t pay due to a job loss or income reduction from the COVID-19 pandemic? What can a renter do if they can’t pay rent due to coronavirus? We answer these questions and more in this guide for California tenants and California landlords on how to handle no rent for the month of November when the tenant says, “I can’t pay my rent.”
We’ll give you a California eviction process update, an update on California unemployment numbers, the last few places that California tenants and California landlords can turn to for economic assistance, plus the newest California legislation for nonpayment of rent due to COVID-19, Assembly Bill 3088, COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act of 2020. We share exactly what to do as a California landlord and tenant who can’t pay rent due to COVID-19 and what to do about back rent that is owed.
We’ll keep these monthly updates coming as long as California landlords and California tenants need them.
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