Housing vouchers can change recipients' lives but often come after years of waiting.
Renters and landlords have relied on federal rental assistance money, but by the end of 2021, most of that money could be gone.
Inflation on a larger scale is "transitory," we've been told by the Fed. But "rent growth is gonna remain strong," one experts says
Just 11% of federal emergency rental relief had been spent by the end of July, according to the Treasury Department.
The extension of the eviction moratorium may help federal assistance cover some back rent, but long-term solutions are needed.
So where's the $25 billion in rental relief approved in the last COVID-19 relief package?
Right now the only thing keeping millions of renters in their homes is the CDC’s eviction moratorium, which expires Jan. 31.