MHN’s Coronavirus Coverage
- Mar 26, 2020
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold across the U.S. and the world, Multi-Housing News is covering the crisis through daily news updates, features and expert advice to help inform and guide our readers through this unprecedented time.
Our latest coverage (updated daily):
The federal package, now on its way to President Trump’s desk, includes provisions protecting both renters and owners.
The program aims to offer 100,000 free rentals for front line relief workers.
The bill, which will be voted on by the House on Friday, contains some direct and indirect benefits for apartment owners and operators.
Owners, managers and the industry’s top trade associations stress working with residents if they have lost wages due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The $2 trillion stimulus includes multiple provisions that could aid renters and multifamily companies.
While senior housing REITs are getting pummeled as investors pull back, fundamentals remain strong and operators are prepared for the crisis.
Below are three key elements to keep in mind when working through a crisis such as the one we are facing now, says Dru Armstrong of Grace Hill.
The federal agency is seeking congressional authority to prohibit evictions in public housing nationwide.
We’re living through an unprecedented time in modern history. As a property manager, it’s great to want to boost morale around your community. Here’s how.
Officials are scrambling to find alternative medical facilities for patients, as coronavirus cases surge.
Managers of multifamily properties face an unprecedented event in the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s what to do next.
With the central bank lowering its benchmark close to zero, multifamily enters a new late-cycle chapter.
Many areas are requiring people to self-quarantine to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Several members of an influential New York City industry group pledged to halt all evictions for 90 days, as other cities weigh similar measures.