Check out this article about mediation between tenants and landlords. The city of Philadelphia, PA is using mediation as part of an initiative to prevent evictions during the pandemic. Partnered with rental assistance, most of the tenants and landlords who participated came to an agreement that allowed people to stay in their homes: https://www.yesmagaz...20the%20full%20story
Yes, it is a very interesting My Turn and also a major departure in attitude from the interactions people in the eastern part of the state are having with realtors. The hot markets there have made discussion about affordable housing to be almost impossible to have there. I hope we can find a way to reorganize our priorities around real estate to make it possible for everyone to have a home.
I thought you would be interested in this MyTurn that was published in the Recorder by Michael Seward. If you can't view it because of the paywall, let me know and I'll send you a copy. https://www.recorder...ousingForum-39704132
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