The Supreme Court had signaled the ban would only be extended to July 31. With the ongoing spread of the COVID-19 delta variant, Biden is asking Congress to extend the fed eviction ban, but the prospects of legislative action are unclear.
An associate filed an ethics complaint and feels certain she did so within 180 days. However, over a year has passed since filing, and the hearing is just now coming up. Something must be wrong – right?
Part 1 of a 3-part series: Buyer’s offers. In today’s competitive market, buyers scramble to make their offer the most appealing one in the seller’s pile. But sometimes they may agree to concessions that do them more harm than good.
The ban’s end allows tenants to once again be evicted. However, rules must be followed to legally complete the task. For example, a property manager must have written permission from the landlord to do so.
The number of homes that went under contract “has seesawed since Jan.,” says NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun, but higher home prices have taken a toll. In areas where housing is more affordable, local pending sales rose because buyer demand remains strong.