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Pandemic

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Pandemic, from most recent to least.

Prince George’s County Offering Another Round of Rent Relief

Prince George’s County Offering Another Round of Rent Relief

Nena Perry-Brown | March 3rd 2021

Applications for landlords and renters open on Thursday. ... read »

Covid Vaccines Are Now a Senior Living Amenity

Covid Vaccines Are Now a Senior Living Amenity

Nena Perry-Brown | February 11th 2021

A couple of senior housing operators are offering vaccinations to current and future residents. ... read »

Demand for Second Homes Grows More Than 80% in January

Demand for Second Homes Grows More Than 80% in January

Nena Perry-Brown | February 9th 2021

It was the 8th month in a row that mortgage applications for second homes rose by at least 80%. ... read »

Local Bank Offers $10,000 in Homebuying Help for Essential Workers

Local Bank Offers $10,000 in Homebuying Help for Essential Workers

Nena Perry-Brown | January 26th 2021

Eagle Bank is offering home purchase assistance grants for workers deemed essential due to the pandemic. ... read »

President Biden Expected to Extend Eviction Moratorium Through March

President Biden Expected to Extend Eviction Moratorium Through March

Nena Perry-Brown | January 20th 2021

The executive order is expected to be signed today. ... read »

Flexible-Hotel Conversion Requested for a Few Arlington Apartment Complexes

Flexible-Hotel Conversion Requested for a Few Arlington Apartment Complexes

Nena Perry-Brown | January 13th 2021

Amid low demand and apartment vacancies spurred by COVID, a few buildings in Arlington are seeking to switch things up. ... read »

The Pandemic Made More Million-Dollar Cities

The Pandemic Made More Million-Dollar Cities

Nena Perry-Brown | January 11th 2021

A new report by Zillow shows that 45 more cities became million-dollar housing markets last year. ... read »

DC Announces $10 Million Affordable Housing Rent Relief Program

DC Announces $10 Million Affordable Housing Rent Relief Program

Nena Perry-Brown | November 30th 2020

Mayor Muriel Bowser announced the grant program on Monday, and affordable housing and small landlords will be able to apply directly starting... read »

Big Changes Planned For One of Union Market’s Largest Projects

Big Changes Planned For One of Union Market’s Largest Projects

Nena Perry-Brown | November 12th 2020

A year after this Union Market development was first proposed, it is being pared back — the pandemic effect? ... read »

EDENS Seeks Two-Year Extension for Expansion of Union Market

EDENS Seeks Two-Year Extension for Expansion of Union Market

Nena Perry-Brown | November 10th 2020

The developer cites the pandemic for delays on approved additions to the Union Market building. ... read »

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