Did you know that landlords can’t turn you away because you use a housing voucher? Landlords and property managers legally cannot turn someone away because of how they pay for housing. This includes tenants who use government assistance such as housing choice vouchers (like section 8), VA housing vouchers, financial aid, and Social Security. Learn Read more about Know Your Rights: Housing Voucher Training[…]
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a national eviction moratorium order on Tuesday, September 1, 2020, that was published in the Federal Register on Friday, September 4, 2020. The purpose of the order is to stop the spread of COVID-19 by keeping people in their homes. From the CDC: In the context Read more about National Eviction Moratorium: UPDATED[…]
Baltimore City DHCD funding for tenants who were affected by COVID-related job loss/reduction in hours begins today, July 1 and closes July 13. Please visit DHCD’s website for more information and eligibility requirements.
Prince George’s County passed legislation that includes additional tenant protections, including: prohibits rent increases suspends penalties and late fees for renters are in arrears due to COVID-related job loss/income loss prohibits foreclosures, evictions, lock-outs, and the threat of evictions. The additional protections will expire 90 days after the the Governor’s state of emergency is lifted. Read more about Prince George’s County Additional Tenant Protection Legislation[…]