The ACLU and other groups have filed suit against the federal government to stop the rule change from going into effect.
Arizona’s eviction and foreclosure rates were already double the national average before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Between 10 and 40 million Americans now face the risk of eviction, according to various studies. That could cause unprecedented levels of homelessness and poverty if the GOP doesn't act.
A new analysis of Census data shows Michigan families who rent are struggling to keep their homes afloat during the pandemic.
While the end of the eviction moratorium didn’t result in a huge spike in evictions, renters may not be as fortunate in the coming weeks and months.
“Housing is a human right and an absolute necessity to keep families safe during this crisis, and Congress must step in now to help keep people in their homes.”
The data and analytics real estate firm Amherst projects that 28 million renters, or about 22.5% of all households, are at risk of eviction.