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NAA’s Key Takeaways from the White House Eviction Summit

NAA’s Key Takeaways from the White House Eviction Summit

NAA logoThe National Apartment Association recently shared their takeaways from the  White House summit on evictions, which took place last month.  The Biden Administration invited federal, state and local policymakers, as well as community advocates, to share feedback on strategies for limiting evictions in the U.S. rental housing market.  The NAA also said discussion formed around building consensus on how excess American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds, including emergency rental assistance (ERA) dollars, can further efforts in eviction prevention.

Notably missing from the summit’s panelists were representatives from the housing industry.  Indeed…

“…It is critical to remember that housing providers, working in tandem with their residents and acting in compliance with applicable regulation, bore the responsibility of keeping their communities housed, healthy and safe throughout the pandemic, all the while shouldering lost revenue, deferred maintenance and burdensome moratoria. “

Click here to read the full report at the NAA.

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