Biden’s Extended Eviction Moratorium Explained

Shortly after his inauguration, President Joe Biden signed several executive orders, one of which was an extension of the CDC’s federal eviction moratorium. The $1.9 trillion stimulus package proposed by the Biden administration also contains an extension to the eviction moratorium through September and additional funding for renters. Read the full article here:

Guidelines on eviction and eviction protection have been somewhat muddled as extensions have been added and rules changed with each new executive order. Despite the eviction moratorium, evictions are still being filed through the United States, causing many to crowd into homeless shelters.

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This article will discuss President Biden’s extension of the eviction moratorium and what it means for renters. We will cover the following topics: What is the eviction moratorium?, Who qualifies for eviction protection under the CDC moratorium?, Who qualifies for financial assistance under the current stimulus bill?, and What can you do if you don’t qualify or you need assistance now?

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