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Government Affairs

Take Action Now! Urge Congress to Not Extend the Eviction Moratorium

We need your help immediately! House Democratic leadership is working on legislation, extending the CDC Eviction Moratorium through December 31, which is moving quickly and could happen TODAY! We need Congress to hear our position: REALTORS® are opposed to any "unreasonable effort by Congress to extend the eviction ban without assistance for small housing providers." Forcing landlords to provide free housing for vaccinated Americans may...

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Housing Colorado: Register Now – Statewide Outreach & Engagement

Announcing - Statewide Engagement & Outreach Join Housing Colorado, the Colorado Department of Local Affairs, Division of Housing (DOH) and the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) for a presentation on state legislation and programming to assist communities. Participants will hear from each agency on policies, programs, and recent housing-related legislation. Through facilitated discussions, participants will provide perspective and opinions on how...

DOLA launches new rental assistance website, awards $6.025M in affordable housing

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Brett McPherson brett.mcpherson@state.co.us | 303-656-7464 Colorado Department of Local Affairs launches new rental assistance website, awards $6.025M in affordable housing Denver, CO – July 1, 2021 – The Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) Division of Housing (DOH) has published a new website to simplify obtaining emergency rental assistance as well as upcoming homeowner relief, and awarded $6.025M through the Colorado State Housing Board (SHB) for affordable...

NAR Breaking News: SCOTUS Upholds Property Rights

High Court Says CDC Lacks Authority In a 5-4 ruling Tuesday evening, the U.S. Supreme Court said the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) lacked authority to implement a blanket, nationwide eviction moratorium. Although the court declined to lift the ban immediately, the ruling means the current moratorium will expire at the end of July. “This is a massive victory for property rights,”...