Heather Vogell of ProPublica finds short term-oriented corporate investors are increasingly becoming apartment landlords.
Renters and landlords have relied on federal rental assistance money, but by the end of 2021, most of that money could be gone.
If enacted, the proposal would be one of the most aggressive rent control policies in the country, applying to new construction.
Investment firms might be able to pay more for renovations, but critics say they accelerate evictions.
Zarrish Khan used to dream of owning a home, and then her dream got bigger.
Congress allocated $46 billion for rental assistance — but is that information, and the money, getting to people who need it?
Several cities and states have passed "right to counsel" legislation.
More than 400 programs are in place to distribute nearly $50 billion in aid to tenants who've fallen behind.
The state requires disclosure of flood risk information to buyers, but not to people who rent their homes. For now.
It can be hard for landlords to pay their bills too. But even tenants with a strong case against eviction rarely fight back.