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    By Dianne Anderson Thousands of struggling renters and homeowners are now in a mad rush to get their applications in the queue to keep a roof over their heads. There is no time to waste. March 31 is the hard deadline. Some renters are behind by several thousands of dollars, and many are up against ...
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    by Dianne Anderson Slow-moving money is holding up the process for renters that suffered through COVID-19 impacts, along with some mom and pop landlords confused about how much or when they’ll get what’s due them. Rent money is coming down at a snail’s pace. Although attorney Matthis Chiroux exclusively represents tenants, he feels that both ...
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    By Dianne Anderson With the holidays just weeks away, some Inland Empire renters worry that they’re almost out the door under eviction notices from the end of the moratorium on September 30. But if the renter’s paperwork is in order, the most their landlords can do is huff and puff. They can not evict. Felicia ...
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    The rapid rise in pandemic-driven telework could make first-time homeownership most broadly accessible to black renters compared to other renters, based on factors including income, the makeup of local industries, geography and more, a November Zillow analysis suggests. Zillow research found that, of the nearly 2 million U.S. renters who are able to take advantage ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Everyone is watching and waiting for August 14 to see just how a statewide judicial council vote will impact entire families that could be forced into homelessness. Agencies serving the most vulnerable populations are at the nail biting stage, worried that if the current rent moratorium is lifted, the courts are going ...
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    By Dianne Anderson It’s getting hot outside, and beaches, bikeways and parks all beckon Long Beach residents and vacationing students to come out and play. But for most people, the urgency of recent weeks is more than just a matter of getting out of the house, or even of facing their fear of getting Covid-19. ...