The Contra Costa County Emergency Order provides protection to tenants who, in addition to protections, are granted under state law (AB 3088). The county has already experienced a crisis of homelessness and affordable housing prior to the COVID 19 pandemic. The COVID 19 pandemic, and related government injunctions and guidelines, are likely to continue to cause significant disruption to local businesses and the local economy. The County Board of Supervisors passed this temporary ban to prevent further homelessness and protect the health, safety and well-being of its residents. More information can be found on the District`s Urgency Ordinance website. Trulia gives home buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants the inner shovel on real estate, squares and real estate professionals. Trulia has unique information about the areas that people want to live in, which are not found anywhere else: users can learn about agents, neighborhoods, schools, crime and even ask questions of the local community. Real estate professionals use Trulia every month to connect with millions of shoppers and negotiable sellers through our hyperlocal advertising services, social recommendations and first-class mobile applications. Trulia is headquartered in downtown San Francisco and is supported by Accel Partners and Sequoia Capital. The tenant may be in town for a six-month internship or a nine-month certification program. She may be waiting for a transfer of work to another city, but she is not sure when to move. Or he`s in the middle of a house hunt: he has to live somewhere until he`s ready to buy, but he doesn`t want the commitment of a whole year. The lease is beneficial to both parties.
A tenant cannot stop paying rent or emptying the property for the duration of the lease – this is a breach of contract. Similarly, the landlord cannot arbitrarily compel the tenant to move. For example, if my sister moves to the city, I cannot evict one of my tenants to give this room to a family member. The tenant secured it with a lease. My hands are tied. La Ordenanza de Urgencia del Condado de Contra Costa proporciona protecciones para los inquilinos residenciales que se suman a las protecciones previstas en la Ley del Estado (AB 3088). El Condado ya estaba experimentando una crisis de personas sin vivienda y asequibilidad a la vivienda antes de la pandemia COVID-19.