7 Insights for Landlords on the Federal Eviction Moratorium By the Editors of the Rental Housing Journal

Two attorneys recently joined the National Real Estate Investors Association for an online discussion to help landlords and property managers understand how best to deal with the new federal eviction moratorium. [The] nationwide federal eviction moratorium had been ordered through the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to halt residential evictions through the end of December…

Lawsuits Against Landlords Cost Owners Thousands! By- the Editors of the Rental Housing Journal

Settlement agreements send a clear message to all property owners and landlords that HUD is committed to taking appropriate action when offenders act in behavior that violates the Fair Housing Act. Landlords to Pay Tenants to Settle Sexual Discrimination Complaint The owners and manager of a Bakersfield, California apartment complex have agreed to pay $14,500…

Landlord to Pay Tenants $300,000 to Settle Eviction Moratorium Lawsuit By- the Editors of the Rental Housing Journal

[A landlord] violated the Washington eviction moratorium by threatening tenants and starting to evict 14 of them, and will pay $350,000 to settle a lawsuit, according to a release from Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson. A Nevada corporation, headquartered in Los Angeles, will pay almost $300,000 directly to tenants in the form of refunds, payments…