Since the first major outbreak in March 2020, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have continued to unfold. One emerging trend is a drop in rent prices in select major metropolitan areas.
The $3.3 million will be located at 3270 E. 37th St. It will have 27 one-bedroom units, three one-bedroom deluxe apartments and three two-bedroom units.
As it becomes increasingly clear that it will take much longer than we hoped for business to return to normal, landlords and tenants need to consider what help their lease may provide.
As residents of some cities are being priced out of their own neighborhoods, property values in other cities have hardly changed.
As the need to live in close proximity to work has shifted for many Americans, more affordable housing is a particularly strong draw for residents looking to move.
Since the program began in late August, more than 4,400 Tulsa households have applied for more than $6.7 million in rent assistance, officials said Wednesday.
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.
The maximum award for a Tulsa County applicant is $3,000 or up to three months of past-due rent. Those with missed mortgage payments are not eligible.
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.
It’s been over a decade since the collapse of the U.S. housing market and the ensuing Great Recession. Rent prices have only increased nationally over the same time period—making owning a home increasingly more expensive compared to renting.
Kendall Whittier Main Street launched the program in partnership with the George Kaiser Family Foundation and the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation.
The agency lacks authority to waive rent for properties it does not own, including places where housing choice voucher holders and Section 8 program participants live.
Here are some of the stories of Americans trying to make the rent, this month and beyond.
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The Greenwood Chamber of Commerce announced late Tuesday that art proprietor Ricco Wright was presented with eviction papers earlier in the day because he was three months behind on rent and had violated "numerous" tenant regulations.
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Tulsans took home 85 percent of their salaries after rent, tying for the top spot with Lexington, Kentucky, according to BusinessStudent.com.
For nearly 20 years our country’s immigration process has included a provision that would deny citizenship or permanent resident status to people who are a “public charge,” meaning those who are dependent on the government for most of their expenses. For nearly 20 years, this has only applied to people on “welfare” or disability.
The number of homeless families with children living in shelters and on Oklahoma City streets has grown steadily since 2014, and advocates expect that trend to continue this year.
Tulsa rents increased 0.3 percent in July and are up 0.7 percent over the same period last year, according to the website Apartment List.