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Posted on: April 1, 2021

CDC Eviction Moratorium has been extended through June 30, 2021

Please be aware that the moratorium only applies if your loss of income and need to remain in your housing is directly related to COVID-19. The eviction moratorium under the New York State COVID-19 Emergency Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Act of 2020 is currently set to expire on May 1st, 2021. It is important to remember that these moratoria do not cancel or reduce the rent that is owed to your landlord.

Please do not wait to seek assistance!

Has your ability to pay your rent or utilities been affected by the COVID19 pandemic? Are you facing eviction? Are you aware of your rights and responsibilities as a renter? If you have questions about this moratorium, rental or utility arrears, or avoiding eviction, please contact Westchester Residential Opportunities Inc., a City of New Rochelle partner 914-428-4507 ext. 318 housinghelp@wroinc.org

¡No espere para buscar ayuda!

¿Su capacidad para pagar el alquiler o los servicios públicos se ha visto afectada por la pandemia COVID19? ¿Se enfrenta a un desalojo? ¿Se enfrenta a un desalojo? ¿Conoce sus derechos y responsabilidades como inquilino? Si tiene preguntas sobre esta moratoria, los atrasos de alquiler o de servicios públicos, o el desalojo por evitar, comuníquese con nosotros como Westchester Residential Opportunities Inc., un socio de la ciudad de New Rochelle 914-428-4507 ext. 318 housinghelp@wroinc.org

This Act does not change the arrears that are owed and you may qualify for assistance. Note: If you are in breach of your lease for reasons other than pandemic-related financial or medical hardship you may still be evicted.


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