When the U.S. Supreme Court invalidated the CDC’s authority to extend the federal eviction moratorium, a number of media outlets reached out to our Executive Director, David Brogan, for comment.
Though the Court’s unsurprising decision has a minimal impact in New Jersey, Mr. Brogan highlighted how New Jersey has a path back to normalcy. However, it is imperative that government do everything possible to help those impacted. The slow pace at which emergency rental assistance is being disbursed puts further strain on both landlords and tenants.
Below, we’ve gathered some of the most recent news clips featuring comment from NJAA on the ongoing need for emergency rental assistance.
ROI NJ, “NJAA Head: Speeding Up Housing Relief Payments is Bigger Issue than Supreme Court Ruling”
Philadelphia Inquirer, “Eviction Moratorium Ends While Philly Area Renters and Landlord Await Millions in Rental Assistance”
Real Estate NJ, “NJAA Calls for Faster Rent Relief Payments as Eviction Bans Come to End”
NJ Spotlight News, “NJ Eviction Ban Shields Renters from End of Federal Moratorium”
Insider NJ, “NJAA Statement on the US Supreme Court Decision to End the CDC Eviction Moratorium”