UPDATE: On Aug. 3, the CDC announced a new eviction moratorium. The moratorium will run through Oct. 3, 2021. It applies to counties experiencing substantial and high levels of community transmission levels of COVID-19, which is an estimated 90% of the country. There is concern the new eviction moratorium will not hold up in court. Please check back for updates.
The eviction moratorium is coming to an end this month and landlords, renters and homeowners are worried about the future. 13 Action News is taking a closer look at what it will mean in a series of special stories this week.
What does the end of the eviction moratorium mean for landlords?
Landlords expected to return to normal operations when the state and federal eviction moratorium expired, but delay after delay stemmed their ability to get paying renters into delinquent units.
Nevadans worried about losing homes, homeowner rights when facing foreclosure
Owning a home is the American dream and many Nevadans are worried about losing that dream after missing mortgage payments during the pandemic.
Las Vegas renters have rights but they must take action
13 Investigates has been researching renters' rights and what actions you need to take right now to keep a roof over your family's head.
How the eviction moratorium could impact the housing market
Real estate experts say the housing market has been red hot with low inventory and record home prices. With the eviction moratorium ending in a few days, things could change.
Las Vegas resident trying to catch up on rent payments, worried about eviction
Emotions are high and many people are running low on cash. As the eviction moratorium approaches many are wondering what will happen next.
Las Vegas renters facing eviction may have fewer days to respond to notices
A new court order issued in Las Vegas could mean renters have less time when facing eviction.
Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada, Housing Navigation Center, provide help after eviction moratorium ends
As COVID caused a health and economic crisis here in the valley, Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada heard a call to action to help those hit hardest by the pandemic.
Federal eviction moratorium expires leaving renters at risk of homelessness amid a pandemic
Census data indicates 12,000,000 Americans are behind on rent and facing eviction, but renters in Nevada have more protections than the vast majority of Americans following the 2021 legislative session.
End of eviction moratorium could mean more living in vehicles on Southern Nevada streets
One of the worst consequences of the end of the eviction moratorium could be more people living on the street.
WATCH FULL: Evictions moratorium panel answers Las Vegas area housing questions
A special panel of experts join 13 Action News to discuss the eviction moratorium and answer questions.
Clark County rent assistance program recognized by feds
Clark County CARES Housing Assistance Program, CHAP, is getting money out faster than many other communities. Breakdown of how much CHAP funds are distributed in Clark County.
- Evictions expected to spike as federal moratorium ends
- Supreme Court leaves CDC eviction moratorium in place
- Assistance still available for those behind on payments as eviction moratorium set to expire
- As the end to the eviction moratorium looms, tenants fear help will be too late
- Biden administration extends federal eviction moratorium for renters and homeowners until July 31
- Clark County offers new eviction prevention assistance program as end of moratorium nears