These spacious second-story residences might appeal to someone moving out from San Francisco or wanting to come down from the Upvalley, the developer said.
CDC director makes impassioned plea to Americans as virus cases climb again; WHO believes that virus moved from bat to animal to human; Biden extends eviction moratorium.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden's administration has less than a week to decide on extending the nationwide eviction moratorium, a measure that housing advocates say has helped keep most cash-strapped tenants across the country in their homes during the pandemic.
Economists say small property owners have been uniquely pinched by the pandemic as renters move out or stop paying. Despite a federally mandated mortgage forbearance and $2.6 billion in rental relief from the state, some landlords who slip through the cracks wonder how much longer they can absorb the costs.
Burt Polson covers some 2021 real estate laws you should know about.
Napa home prices continued their upward march, and rents remained an onerous burden for many residents in a time of pandemic and economic slowdown.
The best hope for swift pandemic aid to struggling California tenants and landlords might come from Georgia.
Tammy Phelps had high hopes and big plans for 2020. She had planned to buy her own home and move out of the rental where she and her five children had been living since her divorce five years ago. She and her boyfriend were planning a wedding.
This allocation of federal funds will help hard-pressed tenants pay their rent.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom late Monday announced he signed a law to prevent a looming wave of evictions during the coronavirus outbreak.
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Q: In January, my grandson and three of his friends agreed to rent a four-bedroom apartment near the campus starting in August, when school was supposed to resume. They signed the lease in January. The four students each signed separate leases (with parents co-signing), and each student put up two months of rent upfront, totaling $1,600 each.
For Ziggy Gallegos, 42, of Egg Harbor Township, losing his job due to the pandemic has meant an inability to pay rent for almost five months now.
Q: If you rent on a month-to-month basis, can the owner terminate the lease during the COVID-19 pandemic? And, if the landlord does notify a tenant that the landlord elects to terminate the lease, can the landlord simply notify the tenant of the termination and give them 30 days’ notice? Is this the right way to do it?
Heedless of informed advice about conditions in California, labor unions behind the Split Roll ballot initiative are now persisting in their attempt to fundamentally alter the landmark Proposition 13, columnist Tom Elias says.
Q: My wife and I purchased a home over 40 years ago. The original deed is titled as John Smith and Sally Smith. This defaults to tenants in common in Georgia. Sally is my wife of over 50 years. We are now considering changing the title to John Smith and Sally Smith, joint tenants with right of survivorship.
An article on a tenant protection proposal in Monday’s Napa Valley Register should have included comments from property owners. Crown Realty o…
The Board of Supervisors will discuss a COVID-19 eviction ban at its meeting Tuesday
Napa County is the only Bay Area county that has not passed eviction protections.
Advocates wanting solutions for tenants facing COVID-19-related rent problems objected to waiting three hours to address the Board of Supervisors.
Is the government expecting landlords to allow tenants to live rent-free until they can pay?