What You Need to Know About Temporary Rent Freezes and Eviction Moratoriums

Feb. 2, 2021 -

Does this mean Tenants don’t need to pay their rent?

No. The County’s Moratorium is not a cancellation of unpaid rent during the Moratorium. Tenants will have until September 30, 2021 to repay past due rent accrued between March 1, 2020 and September 30, 2020, and will have twelve (12) months after the expiration of the County’s Moratorium to repay unpaid rent that came due between February 1, 2021 and the end of the Moratorium. For past due rent accrued between October 1, 2020 and January 31, 2021, tenants must follow the directives under California Assembly Bill ("AB") 3088 in order to establish protections against eviction. Tenants are encouraged to pay partial rent during the moratorium if they are able to do so, and work out a payment plan with their landlord during and after the termination of the moratorium. However, a Residential Tenant may not be evicted for failure to pay back unpaid rent under the terms of a payment plan. For more information about AB 3088, please visit www.housingiskey.com.

 

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Experts in earthquake physics took a bottom-up approach to figuring out the cause of tremors along the infamous continental fault that runs through the Golden State. Along a particularly troublesome section of the fault they found that excitations buried much deeper than where quakes are typically monitored were the cause of major instabilities that provoke earthquakes. source

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Feb. 16, 2021 The required amount of signatures to recall has surpassed the minimum and more are being created. The dissatisfaction of Newson was clear prior to the pandemic and with his draconian policies towards businesses and lockdowns at the expense of: foreclosures, losing a means to support yourself and families being homeless this was expected. Unfortunately most of the states controlled by Democrats has this same unconstitutional rule of law.


So far, people who have indicated their desire to run in a recall ballot include Republicans John Cox, who lost to Newsom in the 2018 election, and ex-San Diego mayor Kevin Falcouner. Both have been raising money for the campaign and donating themselves, analysts from the CalMatters non-profit organization say.
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The approval rating of California’s chief was actually ramping up in the first days of the pandemic and even now he's more popular than Davis was during Recall Campaign 2003 – by the end of January he was seen in a positive light by 52 percent of Californian respondents.

But Newsom is losing support among female voters – especially those with kids at home – over his reluctance to open public schools, while many private ones remain open, including those that the governor’s kids attend. According to a PPIC poll, Newsom’s approval rating among women dropped to 57 percent in January and to 49 percent among those living with kids.

Democrats believe that the campaign to recall Newsom is nothing more than a “vanity project initiated by Trump Republicans,” as put by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez. The lawmaker insists that the election, if it happens, “would be a colossal waste of taxpayer dollars.” source

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Major BLOW to California Real Estate

Here are some major blows to the California real estate market. Did you know that minimum wage will be increasing? They are increasing the tax rate and over 650,000 homes will be impacted? Did you know that George Gascon made huge changes to the law and now many crimes are no longer crimes? He also wants to defund the police by 10%. This is just for starters! California real estate will be forever impacted and the next few years will be ones for the history books!

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HERO: Man Stranded on Desert Island Still Obediently Wearing His Mask

The U.S. Coast Guard announced today that they discovered a man who has been stranded on a deserted island in the Caribbean Ocean for over 5 months after his boat sunk in a storm. A spokesman for the USCG reported that this heroic man has been responsibly wearing his mask the entire time on the island, even though he is the only living soul in a thousand-mile radius.

“This man is a true hero,” said Governor Gavin Newsom of California. “He is a shining example of an obedient citizen who dutifully wears his mask even when it makes absolutely zero sense for any sane person to do so. California citizens ought to look to this survivor and emulate him in every way.”

Celebrities took to Twitter to respond to the news and congratulate the stranded man on his unwavering commitment to obeying every single thing politicians and experts told him to do. “Thank you,” said superstar Mark Ruffalo, “for showing us all how it’s done!”

Authorities were planning on rescuing the survivor but later decided his story is just too inspiring and that he will serve a greater purpose if they just leave him there to continue wearing his mask.

“He has enough coconuts to last him a couple of years, he’ll be fine,” said the USCG spokesman. “Besides, wait till you see how he re-applies his mask between bites!” Source: BabylonBee

State of CA to Seize ALL Properties

Feb. 3, 2021

California real estate has had a very rough year and it's only going to get worse. I look at how low rents have fallen over the last twelve months and its shocking. I believe that this eviction moratorium being extended has built up a wave, more of a tsunami of foreclosures to come.. Much bigger than the 2008 real estate crash.. This will blow everyone away. Why do I think this? Rents are falling by 30-40% in most areas, courts are not allowing eviction cases to proceed and landlords are stuck holding the bag. How long can landlords hold the bag when business in CA is closed and landlords are not making money at both their business or on their properties? Now minimum wage increased and the cost of labor for business has increased only hurting business owners even more. How will this impact real estate? How will this impact landlords and property investors? I believe the demand for overpriced property in CA will fade very quickly. We will look back on this in the next few years and see CA real estate as one of the biggest bubbles to pop. However that goes without being said, if Gavin Newsom is recalled and removed from office and we have another governor replace him and run this state more like Florida we will see a turn around.. Still a big crash but an eventual turn around. If not, we are in BIG BIG trouble. Get ready California.

Bribes, Corruption and Gavin Newsom

Gavin Newsom is a puppet. This is why he's ruining CA. Gavin Newsom has been bribed, he is corrupt and his plan is to destroy the state of California. Gavin Newsom is a corrupt politician who accepts bribes. This is not a theory, it's a fact. He been busted on record for accepting bribes in the past and now he receives a $3,200,000 house for FREE? One month after meeting with George Soros's son Alexander Soros? Did you know that George Soros was a multi million dollar donor to George Gascons district attorney position? The first day into Georges position he enacted many of George Soros's values into law in CA. They are going to destroy the economy, small business, young childrens' education as well as the family structure and peoples sense of financial security. They will soon destroy the housing market and we will see nothing except rows of home foreclosures on every street thanks to whats happening today. We together an stop Gavin Newsom, George Gascon, George Soros and Alexander Soros if we work together. Please help save CA by hitting the like button, signing the petition and sharing the video with a friend in CA.

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The Orwellian indoctrination of kindergarteners with Critical Race Theory is outrageous and must be stopped

Sept. 21, 2020 - This summer, I got an unpleasant initiation into the culture war when, in the wake of the George Floyd killing, my five-year-old child’s elementary-middle public charter school here in Los Angeles went from being an academic institution interested in preparing students for the workplace and college to an ideological hotbed devoted to promoting Critical Race Theory (CRT) over all other subjects.  RT.com