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Landlords will likely continue to see hardship through next year. Apartment landlords in particular are exposed to lost revenue, payment delays and leasing issues. Currently, an eviction moratorium—now in place through the end of the year—has exacerbated problems for landlords, who have few options in the face of non-payment. While the court system will help to rebalance the dynamic between landlords and tenants, it won’t solve all of landlords’ problems. Once the moratorium is lifted, landlords will likely see a surge in eviction litigation, continued payment issues and lost revenue through 2021.

Kelsi Maree Borland

Kelsi Maree Borland is a freelance journalist and magazine writer based in Los Angeles, California. For more than 5 years, she has extensively reported on the commercial real estate industry, covering major deals across all commercial asset classes, investment strategy and capital markets trends, market commentary, economic trends and new technologies disrupting and revolutionizing the industry. Her work appears daily on GlobeSt.com and regularly in Real Estate Forum Magazine. As a magazine writer, she covers lifestyle and travel trends. Her work has appeared in Angeleno, Los Angeles Magazine, Travel and Leisure and more.

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