Real Estate Provisions of the 2021 Appropriations Act: Emergency Rental Assistance and Extended Eviction Moratorium
Grants for Shuttered Venue Operators, Depreciation of Certain Residential Rental Property, Housing Cooperatives
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide real estate counsel with advice and guidance on the $2.3 trillion Consolidated Appropriations Act 2021 (CAA) provisions that relate directly to real estate. The panel will address the provisions that provide rental assistance and the extent and restrictions on the current eviction moratorium. Real estate counsel will be advised on the types of grants available for commercial property owners of closed venues and the new tax depreciation for residential rental properties.
- Federal relief -- Consolidated Appropriations Act 2021
- Rental assistance
- Eviction moratorium
- Grants for closed venues
- Depreciation of residential rental property
- Housing cooperatives
The panel will review these and other important issues:
- How has the CAA extended the eviction moratorium, and what are the restrictions?
- What type of rental assistance is available under the CAA, and what are the qualifications for receipt?
- What grants are available for closed venues, and what is the process for application?
- How has the CAA extended the depreciation of certain residential rental properties?
- How has the extension of CAA benefits impacted housing cooperatives?
Steven P. Katkov
Mr. Katkov represents and counsels clients in a broad range of commercial real estate transactions, including... | Read More
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Paul P. Mattingly
Partner, National Chair of the Real Estate Department
During Mr. Mattingly’s tenure as Chair, the firm’s Real Estate Department has grown to be one of the five... | Read More
During Mr. Mattingly’s tenure as Chair, the firm’s Real Estate Department has grown to be one of the five largest commercial real estate practices in the United States. The Department regularly handles the largest and most complex real estate and real estate finance transactions. As a practitioner, Mr. Mattingly leads teams that serve institutional real estate clients in transactions across the U.S., including a real estate finance team that has closed loans having a value in excess of $6 billion in each of the last three years, and a leasing and development team that represents one of the world’s largest retailers on a national basis.Close
Mr. Michaelides focuses his practice on commercial real estate transactions. He has experience representing clients in... | Read More
Mr. Michaelides focuses his practice on commercial real estate transactions. He has experience representing clients in connection with the acquisition, disposition, financing, development and leasing of commercial properties. In addition, Mr. Michaelides has also had experience with counseling large scale real estate developers of residential property with regard to the new rent regulations stemming from the New York Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019.Close