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“Eviction is a last and final solution in cases where someone has become unresponsive and uncooperative,” said Tony Julianelle, CEO of Atlas Real Estate, a property management and brokerage firm in Denver. “It is a traumatic experience for everyone involved and something we will do everything in our power to avoid.”
Julianelle said Atlas has a person dedicated to helping tenants find sources of income or obtain rental assistance. They will even sit down and help them craft a budget and work out a repayment plan. Once they received stimulus payments and obtained the full range of unemployment benefits, many renters were able to get back on track.