What can Landlords do to collect rent during Covid?

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Services for Real Estate Pros with A O Home Solutions - Sell House Georgia - Buy House Georgia

How can local small Landlords stay in business and collect rent if the tenant has a CDC or covid letter? Times are tough. The government is helping people stay in their homes and that is good but providing no help for the landlords. Many landlords are not collecting rent due to the CDCs shortsighted interference. Many small landlords themselves are in danger of losing their property or severely damaging their credit because they can't pay their bills. What can the small landlord do? Tell me what you think.

Some places in Georgia and Ohio are Doing evictions if the Landlord petitions the court and proves the tenants are not following the CDC letter.

Realtors and Landlords take the time to read the covid letter. If the tenant is violating it. There is a chance the judge will rule to evict them. Breaking the other lease regulations, breaking landlord-tenant law,  destroying the property, endangering the neighborhood, continued no payment at all, having somewhere else to live, or being no threat to getting covid are all possibilities for claims to remove the tenant. There is no relief or help coming for the landlords in the near future.

This is not just a story. Tell me what you think and listen to the story originally on WSB TV 2  at https://www.wsbtv.com/news/local-landlords-discuss-how-eviction-moratorium-is-affecting-their-livelihood/3b470766-0f76-432a-b381-02b6e0682edb/

 

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Comments (1)

Sham Reddy CRS
H E R Realty, Dayton, OH - Dayton, OH
CRS

Thanks for sharing Mark!

Realtors and Landlords take the time to read the covid letter. If the tenant is violating it. There is a chance the judge will rule to evict them. Breaking the other lease regulations, breaking landlord-tenant law,  destroying the property, endangering the neighborhood, continued no payment at all, having somewhere else to live, or being no threat to getting covid are all possibilities for claims to remove the tenant. There is no relief or help coming for the landlords in the near future.

May 01, 2021 09:39 AM