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Ban on evictions will expire. Now what for tenants who are months behind on rent?

Ban on evictions will expire. Now what for tenants who are months behind on rent?

Gov. Ron DeSantis has finally allowed his moratorium on residential evictions to expire, six months after it took effect on April 2. In a statement released late Wednesday afternoon, DeSantis noted that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently imposed a nationwide order that forbids eviction of tenants who to their landlords and attest that the COVID-19 crisis has left them unable to pay their rent. Advertisement Allowing the statewide ban to expire, DeSantis said, will “avoid any confusion over whether the CDC’s evictions order should apply.” DeSantis has extended the...

September 30, 2020
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Streaming app that brings in local TV channels without cable, satellite or antenna debuting in South Florida

Streaming app that brings in local TV channels without cable, satellite or antenna debuting in South Florida

UPDATE: Following the launch of Locast in South Florida on Tuesday, the company said it was made aware that some users on the Roku streaming platform have been unable to view local channels and are instead receiving a message that they are not inside Locast’s service area. To fix this, the company advises affected users should open a support ticket at and provide their ZIP code and their IP address (which should be displayed on their TV screens with the location error message). Users can also find their IP address at . “Once we have that information, one of our support team can reset their...

July 20, 2020
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Florida’s delinquent mortgages trigger fears of housing meltdown

Florida’s delinquent mortgages trigger fears of housing meltdown

Rising mortgage delinquency rates in Florida are raising fears that the coronavirus pandemic will lead to a foreclosure crisis as bad if not worse than the one that followed the 2008 housing crash. Some experts are optimistic that far fewer homeowners will lose their homes to foreclosure if effective treatments and a vaccine are developed by early next year. Others see historically high unemployment rates leading to a , plummeting home prices and economic misery. Advertisement A new report by real estate data analytics firm Black Knight contains a sobering statistic: The percentage of...

June 26, 2020
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Homeowners: You have options for your mortgage during the pandemic, but you might not get the full story

Homeowners: You have options for your mortgage during the pandemic, but you might not get the full story

Most out-of-work homeowners frightened by the thought of suspending their mortgage payments can rest easy. Regardless of what their mortgage servicer tells them, the 70% of borrowers with federally backed loans won’t be on the hook to repay those missed payments all at once at the end. Advertisement But that's not what many are being told when they reach out to hit the pause button on their monthly payments. Many, if not most, loan service companies are telling borrowers they can stop making payments for only up to three months and will have to repay it in a lump sum on the fourth month....

April 25, 2020
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