During the coronavirus crisis, you’re probably worried about the financial side of your rental business. But there are a number of federal programs being established specifically to help your business survive the COVID-19 outbreak.
To help you sift through all the information that’s available, we’ve compiled a comprehensive list of helpful guides and other relevant resources that provide up-to-date data on COVID-19 federal regulations and restrictions and its effects on the rental industry and other small businesses:
This guide consists of multiple topics related to economic impacts of COVID-19, CARES Act of 2020, taxes and unemployment, mortgages and housing, etc.
The National Landlord Association Guide provides the updates on state programs on financial assistance, eviction and foreclosure moratorium, emergency loans available for property owners. The state-by-state guide is updated on a regular basis.
This page includes relevant articles from the American Apartment Owners Association and other helpful sources. It also provides webinars and latest news on the coronavirus crisis and its impact on the rental industry.
The National Apartment Association created a page with guidance on how to stay safe during the pandemic, information on the laws and regulations, daily and weekly webinars, economic impact reports, and additional resources.
The CARES Act that was signed on March 27, 2020 guarantees financial assistance for U.S. small businesses. In addition to that, there are several loan options for those impacted by the crisis. You can get acquainted with all the info on SBA and PPP loans on the official website of the U.S. Small Business Administration.
A well-organized article full of coronavirus resources for small businesses. It covers questions regarding the government’s coronavirus stimulus legislation, small business loans, the SBA assistance program, and many more.
The article contains the list of the coronavirus stimulus available for Americans. Some of the stimulus plans highlighted in the article include expanded unemployment benefits, paid sick and family leave options, tax reliefs for student loans, etc.
A Pandemic Guide for real estate managers is available on this site. It provides step-by-step instructions on how to respond to the critical situations and minimize the negative impact of the coronavirus outbreak.
Pennsylvania Apartment Association navigates COVID-19 with frequent updates about its effects on the property management industry. The page also contains webinars and helpful resources for tenants.
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