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Inman has published more than 300 stories on the coronavirus. Here’s our comprehensive list of coverage.

Cash en route to small businesses after House, Trump approve new stimulus bill

The new stimulus bill includes $310 billion for the Paycheck Protection Program, which is supposed to help small firms through the pandemic.

Agents in Southern states on board with economic reopening

The pandemic is not over, but a handful of governors in Southern states are gradually reopening their economies. Agents mostly agreed that it’s time.

Senate approves $310B in new funding for small business loan program

The money is meant to replenish the Paycheck Protection Program, a potentially important lifeline for real estate professionals.

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.

Homeowners may delay mortgage payments up to 1 year due to virus

The move by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac came days after President Trump announced that delayed mortgage payments may be an option for borrowers amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus clauses become ubiquitous as pandemic worsens

From lockdown orders to the prospect of anyone involved in a transaction getting sick, deals are suddenly in a uniquely precarious position. In response, agents around the country are racing to add coronavirus clauses to their contracts.

Compass CEO Robert Reffkin calls on Congress to provide aid to agents

Robert Reffkin argued coronavirus aid shouldn’t be limited to W-2 workers. The National Association of Realtors has also said it is working to ensure aid packages to benefit agents.

Rental season ‘completely derailed’ by coronavirus

Apartment search company RentCafé said that in the last week searches for apartments on its site have fallen 25 percent.

Trump administration announces halt on foreclosures and evictions

For now, evictions and foreclosures will be placed on a moratorium until the end of April.