Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s regulator is allowing multifamily borrowers to extend coronavirus-related forbearance agreements on loans another three months for a maximum of six months.

Landlords must continue to suspend evictions for renters who can’t pay in order for borrowers to receive forbearance, according to the Federal Housing Finance Agency. The FHFA also extended its suspension of single-family evictions.

Borrowers who have multifamily loans from the government-sponsored enterprises will get up to 24 months to make up their missed payments.

In the event that the repayment schedule is changed or a new forbearance plan is entered into, tenants must get at least a 30-day notice to vacate and can’t be charged late fees or other penalties for nonpayment of rent.

Tenants also must be given

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