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First Time Apartment Renter? How to Make Sure Your Application Is Approved

Applying for a rental is similar to applying for a job. In fact, most landlords consider their rentals a business aimed to generate income and will scrutinize your application as closely as any employer. And while landlords are aware that everyone has to start somewhere and that first-time renters do exist, it’s your job to convince them that you are the best possible candidate — or, in this case, tenant. Here’s how:
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To Stop Wave Of Evictions, Some Local Counties Scramble After Federal Ban Expires

Landlords across much of the country can now evict tenants who have fallen behind on their rent. That's because a federal ban on evictions expired over the weekend. "It's devastating," said Safiya Kitwana, a single mom with two teenage kids living in DeKalb County, Georgia. She lost her job during the pandemic. And like 7 million other Americans, has fallen behind on rent.
Rochester, NYWHEC TV-10

NY eviction moratorium still in place as federal ban ends

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC)— The deadline for the federal ban on evictions has now passed but it won't affect New Yorkers, yet. The state's eviction ban doesn't expire until Aug 31. After the 31st, landlords can start to kick their tenants out if they're not paying their rent. On Saturday, the...
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5 things to know this Monday

Seattle's long dry spell; Delta variant pushes more vaccinations; Federal eviction moratorium ends; Harborview sees more shooting victims; What happens to ballots?
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Federal Moratorium on Evictions Ends, Impact in Florida Unknown

A federal moratorium on evictions ended on Saturday night, giving landlords the ability to remove tenants who have not paid their rent. In Florida, a Zillow forecast estimates that there are currently 144,220 households that rent their homes or apartments and may be at risk of getting evicted. This is 9,879 more than last month. The analysis indicates 357,194 renter households in Florida are currently behind on rent, 48,969 less than in June.
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