Wednesday marks the the first of the month, and that's usually when rent and mortgages are due for millions of people across the country.
Nothing says "I'm sorry" like $250 million.
As COVID-19 continues to spread worldwide, many people are worried about the future of the real estate market.
While the economy has taken a hit due to COVID-19, the real estate market is going strong.
It’s a match-making Facebook page born out of necessity. RVs, 5th wheels, trailers, even a furnished home, all made available for doctors and nurses who don’t want to risk bringing the coronavirus home with them.
Those left without a job due to COVID-19 have turned to social media to ask for money to cover rent.
Many cities have temporarily banned evictions, but advocates for the strike are demanding that rent payments be waived.
Business has been slowing down lately for Bri and Nick Roxas.
The coronavirus is affecting our country in every way, especially economically.
"Because I have the good fortune and of being able to afford it and the privilege of being in the owner class, I just let them know I would not be collecting rent in April."
Atlanta City Council tells landlords they have to open their doors to low-income residents who - with a subsidy - can afford their apartments.
Not only is Kiplin Automotive Group selling cars - they're offering a safe and well-lit place to stay for those who call their vehicle, their home.
Just before 6 a.m., the deputies made entry into the home. They escorted the mothers outside, binding their hands with plastic ties. One of the mothers screamed, "Why are you taking me to jail? I'm just trying to protect my children."
An Atlanta couple said they came home from a winter vacation to find their house had been ransacked by an unusual suspect: a squirrel.
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and Atlanta housing officials broke ground Tuesday for phase one of Herndon Square.
The lawsuit filed Monday on behalf of the California State Lands Commission and Coastal Commission seeks a court order demanding that Vinod Khosla remove all gates and signs on or near the only road to the beach that runs through his private property.
Atlanta area organizations have called on Fulton County to reconsider a decision to stop accepting federal community block grants that help low-income communities.
Cynthia Lockett told WDAF last month that her 2019 assessment increased her land value by 135 percent, and her overall market value 45 percent. Multiple phone calls to appeal the assessment went unanswered, so she hatched her plan.
Many natural gas customers across Georgia will be paying more after state regulators approved a rate increase.
A northeast Georgia city says some people can stay in hotels past current limits, but need documents proving they have no other place to stay.