Unless the eviction moratoriums are extended, housing advocates fear a tidal wave of evictions will crash over San Antonio.
The City Council approved an ordinance Thursday requiring landlords and property managers to provide a document called a “notice of tenant’s rights” to tenants they want to evict.
Local officials hope renters and landlords can take advantage of housing relief to resolve disputes before they come to court.
After a passionate debate Thursday, the City Council voted 6-5 to reject District 1 Councilman Roberto Treviño’s proposal to grant tenants an extra 60 days to resolve overdue rent during the Covid-19 pandemic.
This Thursday, the City Council is scheduled to consider an ordinance by District 1 Councilman Roberto Treviño that would give renters impacted by the novel coronavirus an extra 60 days to pay overdue rent. But it has its critics.
Housing advocates say they are still concerned about cases of harassment and the longterm housing safety of vulnerable Texans.
A new database allows renters to search if their buildings are under a federal eviction moratorium due to COVID-19. But advocates note that even if you aren’t listed, you might still have protections.
Under a proposed ordinance by Councilman Roberto Treviño, renters would be given an extra 60 days to settle past due rent or fees during the coronavirus crisis.
Delinquent property tax foreclosure sales will be canceled for the month of April and May amid the COVID-19 outbreak, Bexar County, Texas Tax Assessor-Collector Albert Uresti announced this morning.
Several residents at Alazan-Apache Courts accuse the San Antonio Housing Authority of harassment by way of, what they describe as, bogus lease violations—which lead to evictions. SAHA paints a different picture.