Almost everyone thinks the pandemic will cost them deals

A recent Inman survey showed that the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic have been mixed so far. But nearly everyone thinks they’ll eventually suffer.

Can landlords discriminate based on a tenant’s job? It’s complicated

The short answer is probably not. The long answer is complicated — and apparently it’s still happening.

Coming days will be ‘a trying time’ for real estate professionals

Thad Wong, co-founder of @properties, said during an Inman Town Hall Thursday that there may be “sheer havoc” in the short-term.

What should landlords do when tenants can’t pay rent?

The number of people who have filed for unemployment in the past few weeks is approaching 10 million. This week, many of those people also had to pay rent.

Cost of marketing on Facebook, Instagram falls during pandemic

Homesnap has found that with more people online, the cost of clicks and impressions on certain platforms is going down during the crisis.

Read all of Inman’s coronavirus coverage here

Inman has published more than five dozen stories on the coronavirus. Here’s our comprehensive list of coverage.

Fear and uncertainty is mutual among renters and landlords: Poll

A vast number of renters have lost their jobs during the pandemic, according to a new survey of more than 2,700 landlords and 7,300 renters.

Inman’s state-by-state guide to evictions, rent and foreclosures

Rent and mortgage payments are due. Different states have different strategies for people who can’t pay during the pandemic. We’re updating this post as the situation evolves.

How to get a loan and save your business during the pandemic

In a bill passed last week, lawmakers provided for some serious financial aid for small businesses such as real estate brokerages.

California Realtors group lays out agent aid programs

Agents and brokers can now get loans and payments akin to unemployment insurance thanks to a bill lawmakers passed last week.