Jesse Bachir thus is the risk of renting, can’t pay then you run the risk of being evicted. They signed the rental agreement. Why should we be creating classes that get help and those that don’t? Point being to only help one without consideration for the other is a bad recipe. Evictions have been frozen, so no. And indeed, having a place to live is of a different category than the return on investment. And, indeed, the owner can take out a second mortgage or utilize other assets as needed to cover the loss. The renter who is behind on rent likely doesn’t have other assets to utilize to mitigate loss. You are suggesting that we use force to keep those landowners from attempting to mitigate their risk or protect their property. I’m suggesting that we not use force to punish those who are in a bad predicament not of their making. “unless there is some sort of protection for the landlords then this will worsen the Single taken mentally dating Andrew Cuomo shirt.” Sure, suspending other taxes and payments might help. But why do you feel entitled to income on an investment? You took a risk and might find yourself in an uncomfortable position as a result. Frankly, you should be whining at the White House and the GOP, who felt it more important to pump money into the coffers of massive corporations and corrupt trash connected to Trump. It’d be more productive than rationalizing making someone homeless in the middle of a natural disaster. Jesse Bachir cities deferring evictions indefinitely does not constitute market risk — but rather government action which may result in nationwide foreclosures in numbers similar to our most recent recession.