Two national reports on rent collection show that most tenants are meeting their rent obligations, although the results are slightly lower than last month.
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Wondering how COVID-19 might be affecting the real estate market? What does it mean to be a landlord during a global pandemic? Get answers to these questions and more in the resources found here.
HUD calls it the Housing Choice Voucher Program, but it’s what many of us know as Section 8. It’s designed to help low-income tenants have more of a choice in where they live by subsidizing their rent payments.
The latest jobs report shows a stunning 4.8 million jobs were added back into the economy in June. That’s on top of 2.5 million jobs that were added in May.
The pandemic is giving many of us “shakephobia.” Shaking hands is a common way to express good will and is often used during the closing of a business deal.
It’s headline news for residential real estate. The National Association of Realtors is reporting a mammoth 44.3% increase in pending home sales for the month of May.
In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending June 25th, 2020… new home sales are surging, real estate investors are feeling optimistic, and a home buyer priority that can make or break a sale.