Article originally appeared on www.washingtonexaminer.com.
The coronavirus pandemic was hard on many people. Schoolchildren lost not just months but years of learning. Parents, especially mothers, could not work because teachers unions would not let schools reopen. Many workers who could not do their jobs remotely lost those jobs through no fault of their own.
Landlords were hit very hard. They had to deal with a national moratorium on evictions, which President Joe Biden, seeing it as another way to bribe voters, extended illegally long after it had served its purpose. The moratorium put landlords at the mercy of their tenants. Small and independent landlords struggled to pay their mortgages and maintenance bills because tenants stopped paying rent.
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Landlords who sold their investment properties before the pandemic began were the winners. Another smart move was to stop leasing …
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