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Resident Relief Foundation Extends Its Reach During Pandemic, Helping More Than 100 Families Facing Eviction Remain In Their Homes

Benzinga
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The Resident Relief Foundation made 126 rental assistance grants since April of 2020 to help keep renters facing eviction due to a financial crisis remain in their homes. read more

Colorado has money to help struggling renters, but some landlords won’t play ball

The Colorado Sun
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“Some landlords are not willing to do this, and if they’re not willing to do it, we can’t help them, that client, which is heartbreaking,” said Kristen Baluyot, with The Salvation Army. read more

Colorado’s $375 Unemployment Payments Are Coming, But Other Pandemic Benefits Will Expire Soon

Colorado Public Radio
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The state government will send one-time payments of $375 to about 430,000 people starting on Tuesday. Gov. Jared Polis ordered the payments as a miniature economic stimulus. read more

Colorado rent collections stay high, evictions low

Colorado Springs Business Journal
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Colorado’s rent collections stayed steady in October, sitting at 94.3 percent as of Oct. 20 read more
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Bank of America will begin to offer small, short-term loans to cash-strapped customers, the Charlotte-based bank announced Thursday, a move that could upend the market for short-term loans. The loans, called Balance Assist, will have a $500 limit, and will only be available to people who have had a checking account at the bank for at least a year. The roll-out will start in a handful of to-be-announced states by January 2021 before expanding to the rest of the country early next 2021.