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Supreme Court ends eviction moratorium

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REALTOR Magazine

In a 6-3 decision late Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court ended the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s eviction moratorium. The move brings relief to the country’s small housing providers, who have faced financial hardship for more than a year.

In a statement sent to all members overnight, the National Association of REALTORS® said, “This decision is the correct one, from both a legal standpoint and a matter of fairness. It brings to an end an unlawful policy that places financial hardship solely on the shoulders of mom-and-pop housing providers, who provide nearly half of all rental housing in America, and it restores property rights in America.”

The case was brought by the Georgia and Alabama associations of REALTORS® with help from NAR.

Read the rest of the story here: Supreme Court Ends Eviction Moratorium

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