Updated June 28, 2021

Eviction Moratorium

The Centers for Disease Control extended their national eviction moratorium until July 31, 2021. This is intended to be the final extension. When ordering the extension on June 25, the Biden administration announced that it will implement a whole-of-government approach to prevent an historic wave of evictions this summer. Extending the eviction moratorium through July gives state and local governments more time to distribute $46.55 billion in emergency rental assistance (ERA) to those most in need

Emergency Rental Assistance

The Treasury Department's Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) program has made $46.55 billion available to help renters struggling to pay rent or utilities. State and local grantees use the funds to provide assistance to eligible households through existing or newly created rental assistance programs.

On May 7, the Biden administration announced allocation American Rescue Plan funding with nine policies to ensure that the ERA funding reaches the people who need it most, including targeting $2.5 billion is targeted to the highest-need areas.

On June 24, the Treasury Department announced additional eviction prevention measures to provide guidance to grantees and and ensure that ERA is provided efficiently, effectively, equitably. 

Rental Relief information:

Foreclosure Prevention / Mortgage Relief

HUD, Veterans Affairs, and the USDA will extend their respective foreclosure moratoriums until July 31, 2021. In addition, these three agencies will continue to allow homeowners who have not taken advantage of forbearance to date to enter into COVID-related forbearance through September 30, 2021.

Additional resources:

For Multifamily Housing, access information HUD, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, the National Multifamily Housing Council , and the National Housing Conference.