Where to Find Rent Relief in Georgia
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Where to Find Rent Relief in Georgia

Scott Dylan Westerlund
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24 October, 2021
As of June 2021, a whopping 14% of renters were still behind on rent as the eviction moratorium came to an end. Despite the pandemic continuing to drive serious price increases in food, housing, and soon-to-be electricity, the federal government’s protec...

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