Housing & Homelessness: Programs and services to help those who own or rent property, unhoused persons or those at risk of homelessness

Homeless Assistance: Programs and services to help unhoused persons or those at risk of experiencing homelessness.

Shelters: Service agencies that provide temporary residence, food, healthcare, or other support service for people experiencing homelessness.

Housing & Landlord/Tenant: The rights and obligations of those who own property occupied by others and those who rent or lease property; can be residential or for business.

Tenant Protections: Tenants’ rent payment is temporarily delayed; courts’ temporarily suspension of eviction proceedings due to non-payment of rent.

Real Estate: Rights of those who own homes, land, buildings, natural resources, etc.

Foreclosure: Lender legally imposing sale of mortgaged property to recover real estate loan balance from borrower unable to pay.


Mortgage Payments: Borrower’s regularly scheduled payments of a real property loan’s principal and interest amounts to a lender.

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