Cities in California that are Extending the Eviction Moratorium
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Cities in California that are Extending the Eviction Moratorium

Scott Dylan Westerlund
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22 July, 2021
According to the National Multifamily Housing Council, about 76.5% of apartment dwellers paid some or all of their rent in July. That statistic is encouraging considering we’re still knee-deep in a global pandemic, but it also means that around one in fo...

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