According to an email from Zillow:
“Eviction protection during COVID-19
The first thing you can do is contact your landlord or property manager to discuss your situation. You may be temporarily protected from eviction under the federal CARES Act, which stands for Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security.
According to the National Housing Law Project, the CARES Act prevents a tenant from being evicted for 120 days if you or the property meet one of the following conditions:
You live in a property that is financed with a federally backed mortgage loan.
You received rental housing assistance through one of the many federal voucher programs including Housing Choice. These resources are outlined here by the National Housing Law Project.
You receive rental housing assistance through a rural housing voucher program.
If you or your rental meet any of these conditions, your landlord can’t initiate a new eviction notice until July 25, 2020, and you must be given an additional 30 days — or until August 24 — to leave the property. During that time, you cannot be charged late fees, penalties or other charges for late rent payments.
While the moratorium provides protection from eviction, the law does not exempt renters from having to pay their rent once the protections expire.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides assistance at a federal level but also works with state and local agencies. Learn what programs and services are available in your area.”