Rent Issues

Rental Stores Prepare for High Season | Business

They are there. About 5,000 skiers are expected on Christmas weekend in the mountains, according to Patrick Latcham, vice president of sales and marketing at Telski. “This number will continue until 31st. Then we will have a huge exodus on January 1 and 2, ”said Latcham. While some of these …

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The government publishes new guidelines on the right to rent for …

The Home Office has issued a new version of its guidelines for officers on how to conduct tenancy checks. The previous update was dated July 6, but the new one – dated December 17 – takes into account recent government announcements on the EU settlement program applicable to EUSS applicants …

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Homeowners and renters say modern voucher program is helping meet affordable housing needs

When it comes to finding affordable housing on the market, Bridget and Carlo Erna don’t have time for tired old myths. That’s why their plans for a 6-unit building they are renovating on Scott Street include putting it up for rent as soon as possible through the Housing Choice Voucher …

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Mom, 6 children forced out of ‘unfit’ Harrisburg rental home days before Christmas

Ebony Rogers had to tell her six children that Christmas had been canceled this year. She didn’t know how else to explain why they would receive few gifts and celebrate the holidays in their home after being forced out of 1917 Regina Street last week. Rogers and his six children …

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Long-standing dispute between town of Boise and Boise Art Museum spills into public view over museum lease

The town of Boise and the Boise Art Museum are in bad shape. On Tuesday, a long-standing dispute over a possible rental agreement between BAM and the city came to light when members of Boise city council ordered city staff to halt all financial support to the museum until the …

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AG Bonta State Talks Housing Crisis With Residents Of Modesto

California Attorney General Rob Bonta addresses community members at the King-Kennedy Memorial Center in southwest Modesto on December 13, 2021. Kristina karisch [email protected] In a community talk Monday night about the statewide housing crisis, a Modesto resident said she knew people who, unable to afford anything more, rent and live …

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Council member Pinto presents priorities for 2022

At City Center DC’s annual Christmas tree lighting celebration on Saturday, November 27, Ward 2 council member Brooke Pinto warmly spoke to a TV reporter about the deep meanings of Christmas this year. . “You can just feel the energy,” Pinto told ABC7 News, with the decorated and sparkling 75-foot …

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New York eviction moratoriums have done more harm than good | Opinion

As the 2022 legislative session approaches, one of the first issues that will spark debate will be the expiration on January 15 of our state’s most recent eviction moratorium. In September, the governor and Democratic majorities in the legislature insisted on extending the moratorium for the third time. The move …

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City Councilman’s Professional Work with STRs Still Not in Conflict, City Lawyer Says

Aspen city council candidate Skippy MesirowAnna Stonehouse / The Aspen Times File Photo Aspen city councilor Skippy Mesirow was able to vote on regulating the vacation rental industry in which he works because he, his relatives and his employer would not directly benefit from the legislation, city prosecutor says . …

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Public hearings predicted short-term rental problems in Clarke County | Winchester Star

BERRYVILLE – Landlords in rural Clarke County who rent rooms to tenants may soon have to follow certain rules. At 6:30 p.m. on December 21, the Clarke County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing on a proposed short-term residential rental use for the AOC and FOC zoning districts. …

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