A federal judge on Wednesday tossed out the federal eviction moratorium, making it easier for landlords to kick out tenants behind in rent. Here are some things you should know.
A tenant, a property owner and a staff attorney with the Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee explain the process of evictions.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has extended the federal eviction moratorium to June. Unlike the last time the moratorium was scheduled to end, the City of Milwaukee has resources available to keep people housed.
Through new federal funding, eligible tenants can receive up to 15 months of rent assistance.
We talked with Jake Brandt, director of marketing and communications at Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity, to answer questions about the process.
State unveils a new way to look at vaccination data; Common Council confirms new health commissioner, and a new case of the UK variant is found in Waukesha County.
The CDC, at the request of President Joe Biden, extended the federal eviction moratorium. Here is what you need to know.
As the Jan. 31 deadline nears for the end of the federal eviction moratorium, housing advocates and landlords alike are optimistic about Milwaukee residents having stable housing.
The Rent for Success program educates renters on how to make safe and healthy choices in their housing. It also provides resources for situations renters may encounter.
Need help to pay your mortgage? Here are some resources to help you survive this crisis.