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Pandemic

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

Rent Control Reform Hearing Highlights Gulf Between Tenants and Landlords in DC

Rent Control Reform Hearing Highlights Gulf Between Tenants and Landlords in DC

Nena Perry-Brown | November 9th 2020

The DC Council Committee on Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization started a marathon hearing on rent control reform this morning. ... read »

In-Person Home Showings in DC Remain Higher Than 2019

In-Person Home Showings in DC Remain Higher Than 2019

Nena Perry-Brown | September 28th 2020

Between low interest rates and loosening pandemic-related restrictions in the DC area, prospective home buyers are increasingly willing to get out... read »

The Party is Over: Airbnb Bans Parties, Caps Occupancy At All Listings

The Party is Over: Airbnb Bans Parties, Caps Occupancy At All Listings

Nena Perry-Brown | August 21st 2020

Following reports of parties at Airbnbs since the pandemic began, the short-term rental company is putting its foot down. ... read »

Could an Air-Quality Monitor Detect Coronavirus in Your Building?

Could an Air-Quality Monitor Detect Coronavirus in Your Building?

Nena Perry-Brown | August 17th 2020

A Tysons-based company is testing out air quality-monitoring technology to detect COVID. ... read »

With Nearly Half of DC Renters Rent-Burdened, Urban Institute Recommends Federal Housing Relief

With Nearly Half of DC Renters Rent-Burdened, Urban Institute Recommends Federal Housing Relief

Nena Perry-Brown | August 10th 2020

Maryland and DC are two areas hardest hit by the pandemic-amplifying housing crisis. ... read »

Property Showings in DC Are Back to 2019 Levels

Property Showings in DC Are Back to 2019 Levels

Nena Perry-Brown | July 28th 2020

Showings in DC are now hovering around the averages seen at the same time in 2019. ... read »

White House Advisor Suggests COVID Relief Bill Will Extend Eviction Moratorium

White House Advisor Suggests COVID Relief Bill Will Extend Eviction Moratorium

Nena Perry-Brown | July 27th 2020

Republicans are expected to introduce a bill today that will extend the federal moratorium (and send out another round of $1,200 checks). ... read »

New Report Shows Less Appetite to Leave Cities Than Many Predicted

New Report Shows Less Appetite to Leave Cities Than Many Predicted

Nena Perry-Brown | July 21st 2020

An ApartmentList study shows that, for those looking to move from DC, fewer are interested in the suburbs and more are interested in cities that are... read »

DC Private School Proposes Portables for Upcoming Year

DC Private School Proposes Portables for Upcoming Year

Nena Perry-Brown | July 20th 2020

Beauvoir, the private National Cathedral elementary school, is applying to add temporary outdoor classroom space on its surface parking lots. ... read »

DC Area Property Showings Continue Rebound

DC Area Property Showings Continue Rebound

Nena Perry-Brown | June 24th 2020

Over the past week, showings in DC, Maryland, and Virginia were lower than those observed a year ago, and showings in DC proper still lag behind the... read »

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