More than 2,400 homes in the New River and Roanoke valleys have been approved for Virginia's Rent Relief Program.
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All areas are in the high or substantial transmission areas for COVID-19.
The state is better positioned to help those who are behind on rent and mortgages and fear evicton.
Thousands of renters across the state are waiting for rental assistance as the clock ticks on the final extension of a federal eviction moratorium.
The pandemic is not over, but Virginia’s state of emergency is.
Virginia won’t extend key pandemic-era eviction protections past the end of the month, Gov. Ralph Northam’s office said Thursday.
Virginia’s state of emergency as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic will formally end June 30, Gov. Ralph Northam's administration announced Thursday.
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A bill that would expand Virginia renters’ right to settle outstanding balances and keep their housing and another measure that would expand foreclosure protections are headed to Gov. Ralph Northam’s desk.
A federal lawsuit, filed by the nonprofit Housing Opportunities Made Equal and now settled, also alleged the landlord sought to screen out prospective tenants with disabilities.
A Virginia House of Delegates committee is set to weigh Tuesday whether tenant protections established because of the COVID-19 pandemic should be permanent.
Tammy Phelps had high hopes and big plans for 2020. She had planned to buy her own home and move out of the rental where she and her five children had been living since her divorce five years ago. She and her boyfriend were planning a wedding.
Virginia landlords can now apply for assistance on behalf of tenants who owe back rent through a state relief program.
The Virginia Supreme Court on Friday did not extend the moratorium on eviction proceedings as Gov. Ralph Northam had sought Thursday, citing slow progress on housing relief in the General Assembly's special session.
While the Boulevard, Eastern Hills and McKinley malls struggled with tenant departures, dismal consumer traffic and plummeting sales, the Galleria thrived and grew. And then Covid-19 hit.
For Ziggy Gallegos, 42, of Egg Harbor Township, losing his job due to the pandemic has meant an inability to pay rent for almost five months now.
Gym owners and mall tenants waited eagerly this week for the state’s phase four reopening guidelines so they could get back to business after being closed more than three months for the coronavirus. Instead, they found out that they are excluded from phase four, and that there is no timeline set for them to reopen. “We are very disappointed.
Taken as a whole, many of today's shopping centers are becoming little more than an assemblage of fast-fashion retailers, Apple stores and food courts.
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MARTINSVILLE – The city’s small business incubator is full for the first time since it opened 15 years ago.