eviction

One father captured the heartbreaking toll of losing his Houston home: “We ain’t got nowhere to go.”
The law is challenging traditional security deposits as a wave of evictions related to the coronavirus pandemic looms.
Confronted with aggressive landlords and layoffs, tenants across the country are trying to avoid eviction, debt and homelessness.
Millions of tenants may be evicted in the midst of a public health crisis if the government can't agree on the next pandemic relief bill.
Rent is due this weekend, and with the federal moratorium on evictions expired, millions won't be able to pay.
The four-month federal moratorium, aimed at helping renters during the coronavirus pandemic, is set to expire at the end of July.
The "Last Week Tonight" host said the crisis was "completely foreseeable."
These steps improve your chances of getting a temporary break from your lease.
Housing experts fear an increase in homelessness when the bans on evictions during the coronavirus shutdowns expire.
“I can’t be out on the street right now,” a woman in Jackson, Mississippi, said.