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New Louisville Mayor Addresses KREIA Investors

A little over a week before the Nov. 8 election would decide which man would become Louisville's next Mayor, the Kentuckiana Real Estate Investors Association invited candidates Craig Greenberg (D) and Bill Dieruf (R) to KREIA. We asked them to discuss their platforms and offer possible solutions to investors and developers in doing business and working to find answers to the city's housing problems.

Both candidates commiserated with investors regarding government delays and red tape each had personally experienced in trying to move their own projects forward.

The candidates spoke at the beginning of KREIA's Oct. 27th main meeting ("2023 Real Estate & Economic Forecast") at Woodhaven Country Club.

State Money Is Still Available to Landlords for Back Rent

Kentucky Housing CorporationKentucky Housing Corporation’s Healthy at Home Eviction Relief fund (HHERF) helps renters across Kentucky clear their rent debt.

The HHERF program is designed to allow landlords to get substantial payments for back rent, reduce evictions cases, and streamline payment process within 7-14 days or less.

Renters and landlords in 119 Kentucky counties (Lexington has its own program) can apply at this website:

Tenants must meet income restriction, be impacted by the pandemic, and provide documentation.

Landlords must provide documentation, agree to program terms, and forgive fees and penalties.

The maximum rent relief is 100% of past-due rent since April 1, 2020, plus three months of future rent. The maximum past-due rent payments covered: 12 months.

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