For many apartment landlords, income is down, expenses are holding steady or rising, and promised relief from various governments is slender or nonexistent. Traditional methods to maintain income are off-limits, even in states without eviction bans, now that the federal government has halted evictions for the rest of the year.
After six months of the coronavirus pandemic and a frantic, uneven response by policymakers, landlords are under pressure, and optimism is in short supply among mom-and-pops and midsized owners.
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