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As eviction moratorium expires, here are the states where renters are most at risk

CBS News
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Cover picture for the articleA nationwide moratorium on evictions is set to expire on Saturday, putting millions of people at risk of losing their homes. Housing advocates warn that a wave of evictions could be coming, with as many as 11 million people behind on their rent, according to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a left-leaning think tank. The CBPP estimated that about 16% of U.S. households were behind on rent — double the pre-pandemic level.

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Kenneth Nardone

landlords pay real estate taxes maintenance in some cases electric, some landlords cover water too. no rent but they still have to pay bills. get a job plenty of help wanted signs out there

Crystal Crooks

I'm a single person. I always pay my rent 1st thing with my loan, credit or debit. Work 2 jobs, even 3 to 4. Do cosmetology, clean houses and do private work. Wished I had someone to help me pay rent. Bills over 2400 a month. Ppl should either work more or eliminate bills and find their solution.

Richard Fly

I guess all the money you got should have paid your rent!!! You where making more money than you ever did and your behind on rent because you refuse to pay! Not because you didn’t have it!!!


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