Can't Pay Rent for September Due to COVID-19? Guide for Tenants and Landlords
This is the most uncertain time since the beginning of the pandemic for California landlords and tenants in the housing market 2020! What if tenants won't be able to pay some or all of the rent due to coronavirus in September 2020? What can a 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?
Is the eviction moratorium over in California? Can there be an eviction in California during the coronavirus pandemic? Here is the definitive guide for tenants and landlords on how to handle a rent delay for the month of September, when the tenant says, “I can’t pay my rent.”
We’ll give you the California eviction process update, an update on California unemployment numbers, plus discuss upcoming California legislation for nonpayment of rent due to COVID-19, including Assembly Bill 1436 (AB 1436) and more. Be sure to request the latest rent delay agreement form below, a tenant can’t pay rent!
Stick around to the very end for a special guest (and a little blooper scene)!
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