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Los Angeles Based Pilot Stabilizes Small Landlords in Vulnerable Neighborhoods

A coalition of philanthropic and nonprofit partners are piloting a new initiative in select neighborhoods in Los Angeles that is intended to stabilize small landlords …

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The Pandemic Is Making It Difficult for Mom-and-Pop Landlords to Maintain Their Properties

The federal eviction moratorium has been extended once more until the end of July, giving tenants more time to get back on their feet and giving states more time to distribute emergency rental assistance. Though this is welcome news for struggling tenants, eviction moratoriums are not without negative consequences.

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Can money from Silicon Valley save low-cost housing in South L.A.?

Tech wealth is coming to South Los Angeles — but not in the way some other neighborhoods in the city have become accustomed to.

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The tough questions pushing California to an eviction cliff

Governor Gavin Newsom doesn’t want it to happen. Neither do powerful leaders in the state Legislature. Tenant groups desperately want to prevent it, and landlord …

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Owners and Renters of 6.2 Million Units in Small Buildings Are Particularly Vulnerable during the Pandemic

Thirty-four percent of landlords of two-to-four-unit buildings are older than 65 and are mostly retired and unlikely to have another source of income.

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Mounting Pressures on Mom-and-Pop Landlords Could Spell Trouble for the Affordable Rental Market

Landlords are facing increased vacancies and decreased rent collections

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