As you probably know, the U.S. government partially resigned at midnight on Saturday, December 22. The shutdown is now in the second week and nearly 800,000 people are either laminated or work without pay. Although homeowners and operators cannot allow affected residents to live without rent, this situation is unique and the housing industry has an obligation to cooperate with residents to overcome this difficult time. NEW FORME: Emergency-COVID-19 Agreement M175 OR THIS new form is specifically written for Oregon and offers an agreement for future payments of the occupant`s rent because of their rent required for leniency of financial needs. This form can describe in detail the deferral of rent payments and repayment data. Following the day of administration, it is important to be prepared to assist all residents who are government employees and who may have difficulty meeting their financial obligations. The Federal Office of Human Resources Management has made communications projects available to federal employees to use with creditors, mortgage companies and homeowners who are requesting a reduction in their monthly payments. If your residents need help with rental, supply or relocation costs, contact these agencies: There are many opportunities for owners/operators to work with affected residents. The waiver of late fees and the acceptance of partial payments during the dismantling period may be useful for residents in the short term, with full payment expected as soon as the federal government reopens and workers receive their additional wages. Several levels of government have announced restrictions, moratoriums and relocation of housing. The city/county restrictions apply as long as they renew their declaration of emergency on the basis of COVID-19. The Fed`s action restriction on the Fed runs until June 3.
The courts will not hold the Fed`s first appearances (in the event of a rent violation) until June 1. Executive Order 20-13 of the Governor prohibits the landlord from paying any non-payment period, even a 72-hour termination for non-payment of rent. We recognize that the health crisis COVID 19 is weighing heavily on the finances of many residents. Our goal is to keep residents safe in their homes. Multifamily NW modified the Rental Forms collection to introduce rent accommodation and the moratorium on waste during the COVID 19 pandemic. Multifamily NW makes these new COVID-19 forms available free of charge.