Flagstaff property managers and renters scramble amid coronavirus crisis

By Adrian Skabelund | Arizona Daily Sun

With the onset of April, many Flagstaff residents are scrambling to figure out how to pay what is often their largest monthly expense: rent.

And with dozens of business closed and workers unemployed, property managers are having to decide what to do about tenants who may have lost their ability to pay.

On Tuesday of last week, Governor Doug Ducey issued an executive order delaying the enforcement of evictions on renters impacted by COVID-19, which is set to remain in effect for 120 days.

But even before the governor’s order, Barry Levitan of Levitan Investment Properties & Services said he was already drafting a letter to tenants on changes to their policy due to the crisis.


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