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Eviction Ban Set to Expire The Biden Administration on Thursday said it would not attempt to unilaterally extend the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) national eviction moratorium, allowing it to expire on July 31. In a statement, the White House acknowledged a recent Supreme Court ruling on the issue, saying, “. . .…

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When HOAs Overstep Private Homeownership Rights Homeowners Associations (HOAs) are established in residential communities to oversee, manage, and maintain the neighborhood. For homeowners in an HOA, this usually comes with a price: rules and regulations. If you buy a house within an HOA, you’re automatically a member. This means you’re also agreeing to the handbook…

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Voting in the May 1 Municipal Elections Local elections are quickly approaching, and we want to make sure you have all of the information you need to make your day at the polls a breeze. Early voting begins April 19 and runs through April 27—polls are closed on Sundays. During Early Voting, voters can cast…

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CDC Extends Eviction Moratorium Information provided by the National Association of REALTORS® The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) announced today that it is extending its nationwide eviction moratorium through June 30, 2021. The order was put into place Sept. 4, 2020, but has been challenged in court across numerous states and localities in the months…

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Voter Registration Deadline for Municipal Elections is April 1 April 1, 2021 is the last day to register to vote in the May 1 municipal elections. If you’re not registered yet, you can register to vote in person at your county voter registrar’s office. Libraries and post offices also provide postage-paid voter application forms. If…

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Candidate Interviews for Municipal Elections Each election cycle, CCAR conducts candidate interviews for political offices in order to better understand the candidates’ ideas and visions for when they become elected to public office. TREPAC then may choose to support the candidates who champion private property rights and uphold our REALTOR® members’ values. In order to…

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2020 General Election Voting and REALTOR® Party Supported Candidates Election Day: Tuesday, November 3 Early Voting Dates: October 13-30 Voting Information and Locations: Collin County | Denton County | Dallas County   The 2020 General Election is November 3. Please keep in mind that the general election consists of offices at the local, state, and…

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You Have Skin in the Political Game Originally Published in the October 2020 Edition of North DFW Real Producers Magazine   It may not rev your engine to talk about politics, much less trade associations or political action committees, but what about the down payment options available to first time home buyers or the ability…

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On Aug. 24, 2020, The Commissioners Court approved the Collin CARES Small Business Grant Program, setting aside $15 million of CARES Act funds for businesses physically operating within Collin County, exclusive of the City of Dallas. Up to a $25,000 grant per business will be awarded for eligible businesses that experienced a gross revenue loss…

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The CARES Act for Small Businesses The CARES Act for Small Businesses Featuring: Karen S Raymond, Business Advisor for Collin Small Business Development Center CARES Act – Audio Only *Audio recorded during CCAR’s live webinar on April 16, 2020. Families First CARES Act Employee’s Rights Poster  Payroll Calculations PPP – Borrower Application Form SBA Coronavirus…

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