Philadelphia’s Eviction Diversion Program has been extended into 2021

Philadelphia’s Eviction Diversion Program has been extended into 2021

Philadelphia City Council unanimously voted to extend the city’s Eviction Diversion Program into 2021, meaning that hundreds of renters in the city could avoid losing their homes during the COVI-19 pandemic. The program created a requirement that landlords attempt mediation with tenants before entering the eviction process. This allows for alternatives to eviction that keep tenants housed and get landlords paid,

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