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Pennsylvania State Capitol Building Pennsylvania State Capitol building, where the Pennsylvania Supreme Court is located. Photo: Cascade Creatives/Shutterstock.com

Gov. Tom Wolf announced Oct. 13 that the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency is improving the COVID Relief Mortgage and Rental Assistance Grant Program to help more renters and homeowners remain in their homes. Effective Oct. 17, landlords and mortgagees will have a new option to reach agreements with renters and homeowners for repayment of rent and mortgage payments above the program’s $750 monthly cap. The program previously required them to forgive the balance of the payment.

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Michael Riccardi

Michael Riccardi has been a reporter and editor at ALM publications for more than 20 years. A graduate of Villanova University's law school, he lives in Philadelphia. He can be reached at [email protected]

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