LA County Board of Supervisors Covid

LA County Extends Eviction Moratorium to 2023!

** UPDATE ** Glendales county representative, Supervisor Kathryn Barger cast the lone no vote on the extension, saying the plan gives landlords no clear end in sight. After the vote, she introduced a motion asking for the county to explore the possibility of forgiving or postponing property tax payments for landlords who aren’t receiving rent as a result of the eviction moratorium. Send your kind words of support to Supervisor Kathryn Barger Thank You Letter from C.A.R. Learn More From This LAist Article We need your help to oppose the LA County Board of Supervisors’ (BoS) proposed ordinance to extend the countywide eviction moratorium until 2023, effective February 1st, 2022. The BoS are meeting on Tuesday January 25th at 9:00am to reinstate protections against non-payment of rent evictions starting April 1st, 2022 and are attempting to apply these actions to unincorporated LA County AND incorporated cities within the County. Additionally, the...Continue reading

Open House Rules

Masks are Required at Open Houses and Showings Regardless of Vaccination Status

Beginning Wednesday, Dec. 15, by order of the California Department of Public Health, masks are required to be worn in all indoor public settings, regardless of vaccine status. The key requirements of the statewide order are:  Masks are required at open houses and showings regardless of vaccination status The order will be in effect statewide beginning December 15, 2021, through January 15, 2022, at which time it may be extended Local cities/counties may continue to have stricter mask requirements In workplaces, employers remain subject to the Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS) but clients are required to wear masks if visiting any real estate brokerage open to the public This order supersedes all prior face covering guidance

BCH Rent Relief Program

California COVID-19 Rent Relief Program for Landlords

If you are a landlord who has one or more eligible renters, you can apply to get reimbursed for 80% of each eligible renter’s unpaid rent between April 1, 2020, and March 31, 2021.  You are required to agree to waive the remaining 20% of unpaid rent for that specific time period. Learn about the requirements and what you need readily available before applying. Take the Landlord Eligibility Quiz About BCSH

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