The End of the Moratorium on Rental Evictions
After a long period during COVID-19 where rental evictions were halted, the pause on eviction has ended in New York. Tenants can now be subject to eviction once again and they will no longer be given a pass for skipping rent.“Landlords are able to proceed with evicting tenants as if the moratorium never happened,” said Ryan McCall an attorney at Tully Rinckney. “So assuming that service was effected and landlords properly served their termination notices and petitions, they can begin evicting tenants.” There are now no repercussions and landlords will no longer be accepting any excuses for not being able to pay their monthly fees on time. This should hopefully restore the overall process of collecting rent and removing a bad tenant if need be.
Statewide Credit Services does their job in making sure rent payments do not become overdue, manage past due homeowners association dues, deal with tenants who are defaulting on lease agreements, and handle the skip tracing of previous tenants. If you’ve been to court and got awarded a judgement against your previous tenant, SCS can enforce that judgement and get you the money that is rightfully yours to have. SCS will also do reports on the delinquent consumers to the 3 major credit bureaus, which will help to speed up the process of recovery. They work professionally on a contingency fee basis and only get paid once they get the job done. There is no court action required prior to placing the debt with SCS for collections. If litigation becomes necessary, SCS will make sure to facilitate all actions required for judicial intervention.