A new effort taps behavioral science to keep more renters in their homes.
By the beginning of June, more than half of states will have no protections in place for renters.
Eviction can ultimately lead to damaged credit, difficulty finding another place to live and homelessness.
A 40-year-old program for low-income Atlantans goes virtual.
Organizers say without more protections, renters face debt or lost housing once eviction bans are lifted. Landlords say they need protections, too.
In some cases, it would require landlords to pay up to one month’s rent for tenants to relocate.
A new national data set sheds light on the number of evictions in America.
There’s a new position in one Atlanta school’s directory: a lawyer.
A new study from real estate company Redfin shows three million families are evicted annually.