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Rent! Tuition! Pet Food! So Cal is helping furloughed workers in many ways

TSA agents and other airport employees enjoy a free lunch outside of Ontario International Airport Friday, January 11, 2019. Local organizations hosted a barbecue for TSA agents, who currently are not being paid to work due to the partial government shutdown. Other airport employees were also invited to the event. (Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG).

As U.S. employees face a second $0 payday, assistance is taking on new forms

Beach Front Property Management, with properties in Los Angeles, Orange, and San Diego counties, offered to let tenants forgo their February rent until 14 days after the shutdown ends, with all late fees waived. In addition, the company is offering up to $500 in interest-free loans to those residents, to help them pay for food and utilities.

Rent! Tuition! Pet Food! So Cal is helping furloughed workers in many ways

No rent money? No problem. Property management firm gives furloughed federal workers a break

Beach Front Property Management, a company based in Long Beach, is offering to let tenants affected by the work stoppage forgo their February rent until 14 days after the shutdown ends, with all late fees waived. (Getty Images)
Beach Front Property Management, a company based in Long Beach, is offering to let tenants affected by the work stoppage forgo their February rent until 14 days after the shutdown ends, with all late fees waived. (Getty Images)

“It’s a tremendous relief,” a tenant said. “It’s like I had a giant burden taken off my shoulders.”

Beach Front Property Management, a company based in Long Beach handling single-family house and apartment rentals in Los Angeles, Orange and, San Diego counties, is offering to let tenants affected by the work stoppage forgo their February rent until 14 days after the shutdown ends, with all late fees waived. The company is also offering up to $500 in interest-free loans to those residents, to help them pay for food and utilities. The loans will be due with the back rent.

No rent money? No problem. Property management firm gives furloughed federal workers a break