The extension of the eviction moratorium may help federal assistance cover some back rent, but long-term solutions are needed.
Experts say it will give both renters and property owners more time to access that Congress gave states for rental assistance.
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.
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.