Evictions could drive more people out of their apartments soon.
The problem is worse among households earning $50,000 a year or less.
A new effort taps behavioral science to keep more renters in their homes.
We check in with two people whose employment has been disrupted by the pandemic.
Some tenants and landlords are working out payment plans but wonder how long they can hold out.
Eviction can ultimately lead to damaged credit, difficulty finding another place to live and homelessness.
A new Marketplace-Edison Research Poll puts numbers to what we've been seeing and experiencing.
Organizers say without more protections, renters face debt or lost housing once eviction bans are lifted. Landlords say they need protections, too.