State & Local Coronavirus Resources
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Through the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program, REALTORS® may now qualify for unemployment benefits for up to 39 weeks if they’ve suffered a loss of income, either completely or partially, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These maps can help your members find resources in your state.
See the total economic impact of real estate-related industries on the state or territorial economy and the expenditures that result from a single home sale.
December 2020 Update: This report details which states have issued Shelter in Place (SIP) orders to close “nonessential” services and that prohibit residents from leaving their home. The report details which states have new SIPs and which states designate real estate as an essential service in their current or past orders. State Reopening Plans can be found here.
The State Legislative Monitor is a service designed to help association staff to identify and monitor state legislation. This database allows you to monitor legislation in your state and other states.
A PDF of legislation we are tracking that provide tax deadline extensions. These are also available in your State Legislative Monitor. (Log-in required)
Updated November 19, 2020.
Lists which states are in session or have suspended operations, and whether hearings, crossover deadlines, and other key processes are impacted. This resource will be updated multiple times a day.
FOCUS provides legislative tracking on eviction moratoriums, fair housing, foreclosure, landlord and tenant (including short-term rentals), licensure (including changes to prelicensing, post-licensing and continuing education and examination procedures and requirements) and notarization. This industry impact report is updated bimonthly.
This special edition of the Real Estate Industry Impact Watch Report provides an overview of the latest federal Eviction Moratorium, a breakdown of state eviction moratoriums and links to rental and mortgage assistance programs in each state.