Pinellas County leaders to discuss impact of ending of Florida’s eviction moratorium

Pinellas County leaders to discuss the ending of Florida’s eviction moratorium

PINELLAS COUNTY, Fla. — Florida could soon become the center of foreclosures in the United States.

The state currently ranks second in the nation in foreclosure filings only behind South Carolina.

Governor Ron DeSantis imposed a moratorium on evictions and foreclosure at the state of the pandemic. After extending it five times, he let it expire October 1.

Several Pinellas County leaders are coming together Friday morning to discuss the impact ending Florida’s eviction moratorium could have in the Tampa Bay area.

A major reason for the governor’s decision was the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued its own moratorium which protects certain renters impacted by the coronavirus through the end of the year.

Because the CDC order is more limited than Florida’s was, many official fear a wave of evictions and foreclosures will occur over the coming

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Three Things Real Estate Leaders Should Do Differently In The New Year

Dave Panozzo is the co-founding owner of The Panozzo Team-HomeSmart, a real estate team in Phoenix, Arizona.

When the mass market was shaken from the Covid-19 19 outbreak, real estate agents adapted, learned and pushed through. As a real estate agent who worked through the same challenges in an unpredictable year to come out with top-ranking sales for the month of July, I am already thinking about and constructing my business projections for next year – and you should too. Guiding documents such as sales projections, technological improvements for your business and conscious moments of gratitude are all part of what real estate leaders can use to take their business to the next level in 2021.

1. Speed To Lead

Think of your business like playing chess. You need to develop a game plan and strategize what will happen depending on the moves that you make. By January

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Four Critical Planning Considerations For Sales Enablement Leaders In 2021

As planning season intensifies, and enablement leaders are asked how they’ll continue to adapt to the new normal and lead a transition to the next normal on the other side, there are two themes that should underlie every decision and initiative, and they’re both about getting back to basics. 

As we begin the fourth quarter of 2020 and look back at the challenges sales enablement professionals have met and addressed this year, most will be proud of the role that enablement has played in keeping sellers producing. They made virtual everything common practice, adapted selling approaches to match what customers needed in their new reality and adjusted sales communications to be more immediate, actionable and empathetic. Nice work! You did your part to keep the economy functioning. Thank your team. Now, take a deep breath…and let it out. OK, now let’s figure out 2021. 

As planning season intensifies, and enablement

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Murphy to replace leaders of veterans homes where Covid killed nearly 200 residents


New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy tours an emergency field hospital.

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy tours an emergency field hospital. | Michael Mancuso-Pool/Getty Images

After months of public outcry, new leadership will be coming to the New Jersey veterans homes that were the site of two of the deadliest outbreaks of the coronavirus in the state.

Gov. Phil Murphy on Friday announced new administrators will be named at the New Jersey Veterans Memorial Homes at Paramus and Menlo Park as part of a broader shakeup of a department that was scorched for its handling of Covid-19. An estimated 190 residents at the two facilities have died of Covid-19, representing roughly a third of their population.

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Within the state Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, which oversees both homes as well as a third in Vineland, Murphy is elevating Lisa J. Hou to interim adjutant general and commissioner, replacing Major General Jemal Beale.

The New Jersey Globe was first to

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