Coronavirus: Resources for Property Owners

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The following resources provide property owners with assistance during the COVID-19 crisis.

American Land Title Association (ALTA) has provided the following resources:


Ralene Nelson, REALTOR®

FOR SALE – 424 Western Hills Drive, Rio Vista 2 bed/3 bath/1 pt. bath 2,178sf

Asking $455,000 – Located in the beautiful Trilogy at Rio Vista Shea development, this Calistoga model provides so much room for family & entertaining, with 2 car garage and golf cart garage. Interior patio is great for private for dining. New interior paint, newer upgraded carpets throughout, & appliances. Kitchen has oak cabinets with granite island and corian counters w/backsplash. Gas cook top with double ovens. Fireplace in great room makes for a cozy evening. Larger master bedroom with shutters and bath with tub and renovated walk in shower. This model provides 2nd bedroom with full bath and den could be a 3rd bedroom. Mitsubishi HVAC heat pump installed in 2nd bedroom. Queen murphy bed located in den stays with home. Third bath is in hall. Half bath located off the entry. Dining room can be used for multi purpose. Laundry room with sink. Very private backyard. Prepaid Solar. READ MORE

FOR SALE – 709 Bernadette Place Isleton 3 bed 2 bath 1 pt. bath 2,018 sq ft

Price Reduced to $350,000 – Great looking newer home in Isleton, multi-level home, living space above the flood zone. Three bedrooms 2 baths on the upper level and 1/2 bath, kitchen/family room, dining and living room on the main level. The main level is wood-like plank and carpet upstairs and bedrooms. Granite kitchen with darker cabinets, pantry, gas range & stainless appliances. Large master bedroom with walk-in closet and oval tub and stall shower. The garage is on street level, large enough for a boat or jet skis. HVAC is multi-zone & tankless hot water heater. Home currently has a view of Mt. Diablo. READ MORE

Things To Do in the Rio Vista Area this Week

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, local events have been canceled.

Coronavirus Crisis

Mortgage help is available during the coronavirus pandemic..

…but what’s offered can vary—here’s what you need to know

Banks, lawmakers and regulators are working together to keep the coronavirus pandemic from turning into the next housing crisis by rolling out a number of assistance programs aimed at giving Americans a break on their mortgages. But it can be confusing to navigate what relief you’re eligible for and how these programs may apply to your situation.

Last week, Congress enacted the CARES Act, which gave two major types of relief to homeowners with federally backed loans. First, it blocks lenders from starting foreclosure proceedings on federally backed loans for at least 60 days starting on March 18.


Are you newly eligible for unemployment insurance? Here’s what to know

The U.S. Labor Department reported Thursday that a record 6.6 million Americans filed unemployment claims in the last week, resulting in a total of roughly 10 million Americans who’ve filed in the last two weeks. As the pandemic continues to upend the global economy, economists project 47 million U.S. jobs could be lost due to coronavirus, with the unemployment rate reaching 32%.

In addition to providing additional funds for unemployment insurance overall, the CARES Act includes a new program called Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA), which expands benefits to workers who were previously ineligible, including roughly 16 million Americans who are self-employed, independent contractors and freelancers.


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