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The federal stimulus package signed into law in the final days of 2020 not only extended the national ban on evictions through January but it also...

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HACA will provide $1 million to help homeless persons currently residing in City ProLodge shelters, plus an additional $22 million...

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Here are the latest COVID-19 updates, closures and postponements in Central Texas for Thursday, Jan. 7. COVID-19 numbers: Texas: More than 1.6...

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New Orders Effective Through February 1, 2021

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On Thursday, December 10, the Austin City Council added an extension to the ordinance requiring a 60-day “Notice of Proposed Eviction”...

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ARLINGTON, VA | December 10, 2020 — National Apartment Association (NAA) President and CEO Bob Pinnegar and National Multifamily Housing...

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Photo: Jacy Lewis/Reporter-TelegramThe median rent of an apartment in Midland has dropped for 18 straight months and is down to nearly $700 for a...

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Health officials said that if we do not take the steps to mitigate the risk of spread, Austin could move to Stage 5 in just a few weeks. KVUE News...

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The city has been having trouble giving away millions in rent assistance. GABRIEL C. PÉREZ / KUT Renters affected financially by the...

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While the number of renters making a full or partial rent payment looks good initially, organizations are hoping renters get more rental assistance...

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A potentially dire housing crisis could erupt if the Trump administration and Congress fail to reach a deal on further coronavirus relief that...

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City of Austin, Travis County and Travis County JP Courts All Take Action Taken to Prevent Evictions Until After December 31

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