It can be hard for landlords to pay their bills too. But even tenants with a strong case against eviction rarely fight back.
Right now the only thing keeping millions of renters in their homes is the CDC’s eviction moratorium, which expires Jan. 31.
The lowest-income households were more likely to lose wages and fall behind on rent.
The nationwide CDC ban leaves many renters unprotected.
The problem is worse among households earning $50,000 a year or less.
Housing wealth and other protections advantage owners over renters.
One group of California tenants say they feel stuck in dirty, dangerous accommodations.
According to a new report from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin — which ranks the health of nearly every county in the U.S. — more than 10 percent of households live with the burden of extremely high housing costs. Where people spend more than half of their income on housing, it […]
It's more straightforward than it seems.