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Connecting Community in the Wake of COVID-19

In an ongoing effort to cultivate strong community, the Atlas team is actively monitoring public health and authorities’ recommendations, finding resources to best support residents, owners and community members.

Resources for Residents 

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic Atlas has created a first-of-it’s-kind position, the Resident Resource Manager. Erika Ojeda-Louvier will be temporarily stepping into the role to ensure all community members have access to as many resources as possible. 

Erika is fluent in Spanish and is actively helping residents by:

  • Assisting in filing for unemployment
  • Explaining state resources
  • Educating residents on charities and specialized funds
  • Answering questions on the stimulus package
  • Providing information on local food resources
  • Sharing health and wellbeing resources
  • Gathering updates on places that are currently hiring
  • And more.

To schedule a confidential conversation with Erika, please contact your property manager.  

Resources for Investors 

To coincide with Atlas’ steadfast mission to support, guide and inspire the communities it serves, the executive leadership team has launched a bi-weekly webinar series for owners and community members to tune in and get the latest market updates.

Every other Friday morning, Atlas thought leaders Tony Julianelle and Ryan Boykin will share insights on numerous topics ranging from how to navigate the real estate market amid uncertainty to short and long-term investment strategies. These webinars aim to inform and connect community members without ever having to leave their homes.

Atlas articles related to our efforts to connect and support our community during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Atlas Team Comments on Protecting Investments and Renters During Triage Mode

March 24, 2020
The Coronavirus pandemic has created a situation that no one could have predicted. As we approach the first of the month when rents come due, unemployment applications are skyrocketing as many businesses have been forced to close their doors and entire industries to grind to a near halt. Meanwhile, landlords must manage the concerns of their tenants while simultaneously ensuring they can cover their own mortgages.
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