While the federal eviction moratorium expired on Saturday, July 31, 2021 Alaska Housing Finance Corporation has contacted all 30,000 applicants in Alaska Housing Rent Relief, reviewed all requests for past-due rent and paid $85.2 million.
The word “unprecedented” was tossed around a lot in 2020, and it can also be used to describe what’s been happening in the residential housing market since the pandemic hit.
The governor’s legislation allows eligible Alaskans to nominate up to 10 acres from the millions of acres of vacant, unappropriated, or unreserved state lands for DNR to offer for sale or lease as a remote recreational site.
Fidelity Title Agency of Alaska announced Paula Price has joined its team as Escrow Officer.
The pandemic has wreaked havoc on the economy and changed the landscape of commercial real estate in Alaska. The good news is that experts say it’s only a matter of time before the market rebounds.
“This funding will provide critical breathing room for both renters and their landlords… potentially avoiding a disastrous tsunami of evictions across the state,” says Bryan Butcher, CEO and executive director of Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.