An advocacy group in Tacoma booked 16 rooms at a Travelodge Motel, which individuals experiencing homelessness are currently occupying, on Christmas Eve.
The robust housing market underscores the growing split between those who could work from home during the pandemic and remained employed, and those who couldn't, and didn't. Lean housing inventories have led to bidding wars in many markets, pricing many first-time buyers out of the market.
Moody's Analytics forecasts millions of Americans could face $5,850 of rent and utility arrears in the new year.
Lawmakers are reportedly closing in on a package that would include $600 stimulus payments to most Americans, but it is much less than what most people want, according to recent polling.
Organizers have raised $10,000 more than their fundraising goal to support the Kinney family, a Black and Indigenous family who was evicted from their home in September.
The Faison family received a letter from the Homeowner's Association stating the cross is not considered appropriate for the time of year because it was an Easter or Passover decoration.
A new forecast from Moody's Analytics forecasts that almost 12 million Americans could face rent and utility debts.
An inability to pay their credit card bills could negatively affect people's credit scores, making it more difficult for them to acquire future housing and education.
Florida has not extended its eviction moratorium but renters may be protected under the CDC's order.
Researchers estimate 327,000 renters could experience a housing loss in September, with that number increasing to 500,000 by year's end.
After texting his landlord that mold had spread to his clothing, his landlord suggested that it was just an "acid wash effect," rather than a serious issue.
Up to half a million people could be made homeless without the eviction ban across the U.K.
As the federal eviction moratorium comes to an end and no stimulus deal in sight, tens of millions of American will face the nation's most severe housing crisis yet.
The country may be facing the "most severe housing crisis in its history" as federal, state and local protections and resources expire and people continue to struggle financially, a new study has warned.
The immediate concern is how renters will pay rent without continued federal unemployment benefits, but a ripple effect could put a glut of houses on the market.
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Lawmakers in cities and states across the U.S. have implemented a moratorium on eviction amid concerns that the COVID-19 pandemic will leave many struggling to pay the rent.
The video was posted by AfecadoXfusara, a Twitter account for the tenants affected by the sale of real estate in Fundacion de Santamarca and San Ramón and San Antonio in Madrid, Spain.
New York City, Seattle and Miami are some of many U.S. cities that have put a temporary halt to evictions due to financial hardships likely to be caused by the coronavirus.
New York now has 524 confirmed cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, which has recently resulted in its first death, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Saturday.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has vowed to "rebuild the middle class and ensure that this time, everyone comes along."
Airbnb has introduced a new set of guidelines as part of its effort to address safety concerns raised following a series of dangerous incidents at host properties in recent months.
The racist clause was tucked away in a document outlining covenants, conditions and restrictions and dates back to 1947—a year before the Supreme Court ruled racially restrictive covenants were invalid.
A Washington state man has appealed a court ruling that prohibited a racist covenant attached to his house deed to be removed from public records.
The Trump Organization had planned to develop new villas and housing on land next to its golf resort in Scotland.
"Blood was everywhere. It was a vile, vicious, traumatic event," says one neighbor recounting the flock that had descended on her home in West Palm Beach.
Although 1.2 million units were built last year, that figure was the lowest since 1982, excluding 2008-2018.
Carson compared his HUD plan to flight attendants telling passengers to put on their oxygen masks before helping others.
Carson unveiled a proposal to help close a loophole that allows some people in the country illegally to live in government housing while poor Americans wait on lines for years.
HUD is suing Facebook on charges of housing discrimination, but only after the company refused to grant the government access to personalized user data, a company spokesperson told Newsweek.