submitted by Megan Poynter, Law Student updated January 5, 2021 CDC Eviction Moratorium Extended with Federal Relief Package On December 28, 2020, President Trump signed a Covid Relief package which extends the Centers for Disease Control’s Eviction Moratorium Agency Order until January 31, 2021. This protection is meant to be a floor, state policy can…

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Update on December 22, 2020:  FHA extended its moratorium on new and existing foreclosures to February 28, 2021. See below for the HUD press release. FHA Extends Options for Single Family Borrowers Financially Impacted by COVID-19 | HUD.gov / U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) HUD No. 20-214 HUD Public Affairs (202) 708-0685:…

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submitted by F. Alex Fehrman, Esq. With COVID-19 still impacting our community, and likely to have a long-term impact on many people as we move forward, it is likely that multiple people are or will soon be facing mortgage foreclosure as a result of a newly found financial hardship. As courts continue to reopen and…

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submitted by F. Alex Fehrman, Esq. With the escalation of the Covid-19 pandemic throughout the state, there has been a lot of confusion over the past few weeks when it comes to homeowners making their mortgage payments. As an attorney who focuses on foreclosure prevention I have received many questions on this issue over the…

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submitted by F. Alex Fehrman, Esq. What if I have trouble paying my mortgage? This is a question that nobody wants to ask. Unfortunately, as the Covid-19 epidemic drags on and many individuals face an economic hardship, it is a question more and more people are asking during this difficult time. When your house is…

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