Rental Assistance: Use It, or Lose It

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Let’s talk about what rental assistance programs are still available and WHERE.

For starters, San Diego, where your average rent hovers around $2,000 a month, thousands are getting the help they need and they’re actually making ends meet. Like Paul Oviedo, who said: “We have a little bit of a view. We have some palm trees. Paying for one room there was not too bad for me. I was able to make it.”

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Entrepreneur, Author, Coach, Researcher, Visionary Leader & Investor. 👀@ A&E, CBS, NBC, ABC. www.andrewcartwright.com Expert Real Estate, Business & Technology

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