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Nationwide Eviction Moratorium Finally Comes to an End

Posted by Written with love by the Livable Content Team on Oct 6, 2021 11:42:02 AM

Congress did not pass any new legislation and, in fact, its initial moratorium expired in July 2020. After that point, the extensions were directed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which claimed it was authorized by a 1944 law to mandate that people stay in their homes so that they would not be put into situations where they might become infected with and spread COVID-19.

How to Thrive in Uncertain Times

Posted by Written with love by the Livable Content Team on Jul 1, 2020 4:58:00 PM

 As the CEO of Livable, I have been so inspired by our incredible staff and what they've been doing to stay productive and support their communities during shelter-in-place. It isn’t easy to work as hard as they do for our clients, and still have time and energy to give to friends, family and front line workers as well. 

Could Lifting Restrictions Mean a Bounce Back in Rental Demand?

Posted by Written with love by the Livable Content Team on May 1, 2020 4:03:00 PM

 After weeks of remaining sheltered in place, May seems to be the month that all of our hard work staying home pays off. Many local and state governments seem to feel confident enough that the peak has passed to begin slowly reopening some nonessential businesses. From construction to real estate, many of the vendors property owners rely on should be returning to work this month, albeit with precautionary measures in place.


Smart saver tip of the month

Insulating water pipes is a quick and inexpensive way to lower water-heating costs. The easy upgrade reduces heat loss and allows you to lower your buildings’ water temperature setting by two to four degrees. Plus, since water doesn’t take as long to heat up, less of this precious resource is wasted waiting for faucets and showers to get to the appropriate temperature.

On smaller buildings, this is a definite DIY job that should take less than a day to complete. Check out the U.S. Department of Energy’s website for a comprehensive shopping list and step-by-step instructions.