Protection Against Evictions, How Landlords Are Affected / Rising Real Estate Market Prices
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The pandemic-driven recession has left many living in fear of losing their homes once the eviction moratorium expires next month; we talk about how this will affect landlords and renters across the state, as lawmakers in California hope to extend protections for renters until next year. Plus, a look at why the real estate market is seeing a huge surge despite the recession.
- Democratic Assemblymember David Chiu on his push to extend California's eviction moratorium, which would help renters who are hoping for some relief
- California Apartment Association State of Government Affairs and Compliance Executive Vice President Debra Carlton on how landlords are affected by the eviction moratorium
- Democratic California State Senator Scott Wiener discusses his bill that would expedite the building of more apartment complexes
- The Salinas Californian Reporter Kate Cimini checks-in on the California Divide project and the surging real estate market, which has risen as much as 25 percent in some areas of the state