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How COVID-19 is Impacting the Mobile Home Industry

As the COVID-19 pandemic stretches across the nation, impacting the futures of individuals, families and businesses, itís impossible to predict all the ways that lives will be affected. With industry closures and mass layoffs, most of America is united in a pressing concern: how are we going to pay the rent?


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How are we going to pay the rent?

As the COVID-19 pandemic stretches across the nation, impacting the futures of individuals, families and businesses, itís impossible to predict all the ways that lives will be affected. With industry closures and mass layoffs, most of America is united in a pressing concern: how are we going to pay the rent?

Having unanswered questions about rent can heap stress onto an already stressful situation. If youíre a mobile home renter, owner or landlord and have questions regarding the impact of COVID-19 on your livelihood or living space, hereís what you need to know.

Do I have to pay rent?

As of April, the answer is yes†ó†rent payments are still legally due on the day specified in your rental agreement. This is true regardless of your hometownís eviction ban status.

What if I canít afford lot rent?

Talk to your park manager as soon as possible. Many landlords are offering extensions on rent, reduced monthly prices, payment plans or even halting rent payments until the worst is over. Communicate with your landlord, give them detailed information about your financial situation, and work together to find a solution. Make sure to document your conversations and solutions in writing.

Can I be evicted or can I†evict a resident during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Most states have placed eviction moratoriums in cases where tenants cannot pay rent due to the COVID-19 crisis. Many courts are not hearing eviction cases until the end of the crisis

This does not mean renters are relieved of their payments; failure to pay rent may result in eviction after the moratorium has lifted. Mobile Homes Buyer is working closely with manufactured dealers, such as Sell Phoenix Mobile Home, and other dealers nationwide to offer creative solutions to help families through the pandemic.†

Can my home be foreclosed on?

Maybe. While the federal government has imposed a foreclosure moratorium for specific federally backed mortgage loans, and state governments and local banks are also implementing foreclosure suspensions nationwide, this might not apply to mobile homes. Check with your local lender or find your stateís laws online. Also, local manufactured home dealers will be able to provide insight into your state laws - Phoenix Mobile Home.†

Are there resources for rent assistance?

If you are a renter or landlord, there are resources available to you during these trying times:

Keep Up-to-Date and Stay Safe

There are very few people who have not been impacted by this virus in some way; this is especially true of renters, landlords and the mobile home industry at large. Due to the evolving nature of the virus, itís imperative to keep up-to-date on information.

Check Mobile Homes Buyer for more information, and keep an eye out for new information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Occupational Safety and Health Association,and World Health Organization.


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