Forbes (March 30, 2020) -- When rent comes due, Sarah Curtin has options. Together with her boyfriend, she lives in Quincy, a southern suburb of Boston, in a building of less than 30 units. Rent is $1,405 a month but last week the landlord sent out a note offering respite to residents financially suffering due to the coronavirus.
Tenants in Curtin’s building are not obliged to pay rent in full, but they are still “required to make a payment in some amount every month to express your commitment to this property,” the landlord’s email, which Curtin shared on Twitter, reads.
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