Posts Tagged ‘evictions’

Half Of The US Lacks Adequate Protections Against Evictions

Above photo: Renters and housing advocates attend a protest to cancel rent and avoid evictions in front of the court house amid the COVID-19 pandemic on August 21, 2020, in Los Angeles, California. Valerie Macon / AFP via Getty Images. In the aftermath of the 2008 housing market collapse, I spent many months reporting on the “collateral […]

LEE CAMP: 28 Million Evictions Loom as Houses Sit Empty

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As Mass Evictions Loom, Practical Advice For Housing Takeovers

Federal protection against housing evictions has expired and local and state governments are not stepping up to fill in the gap leaving tens of millions of families vulnerable to homelessness during this growing pandemic and deep recession. In Philadelphia and across the country families, out of desperation, are taking over empty publicly-owned housing. It is […]

Meanwhile In San Francisco – $400/Month To Live In A Box In Someone’s Living Room

We’ve spent quite a lot of time documenting the inexorable rise in housing prices across some of the world’s red hot markets. Take Vancouver, for instance, where according to National Bank, one third of all homes sold in 2015 went to Chinese buyers whose voracious demand has driven prices into the stratosphere […]

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