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How Different State Policies Affect Evicted Manufactured Homeowners

Public-private partnerships delivering government assistance and unclear regulatory frameworks may worsen the trauma caused by eviction from manufactured housing, or mobile homes, according to Esther…

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Characteristics Associated with Renters Who Get Evicted

What factors contribute to the eviction of renters who fall behind on rent payments? Matthew Desmond and Carl Gershenson examine this question by identifying individual, neighborhood, and network…

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Financially Insecure Residents Can Cost Cities Millions

by Diana Elliott
No matter how robust a city’s economy, its budgetary bottom line is affected by financially insecure residents. For 10 American cities, we can now put a number to that loss….

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“Double Precarity”: Housing Loss Can Fuel Job Loss

After experiencing a forced move, workers “find themselves in a situation of double precarity: the job and the home both on shaky ground,” according to research by Matthew Desmond and Carl…

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Can the United States End Housing Instability among the Poor?

Housing worries dominate the lives of millions of U.S. households. At present, 11.8 million renter households spend more than half of their income on housing, and more than 2.8 million renters think…

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Q&A on Evicted with Sociologist Matt Desmond

In his newly released book Evicted, sociologist and 2016 MacArthur Fellow Matthew Desmond explores life for low-income renters and their landlords in two high-poverty Milwaukee communities. The book…

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New Study: Work Requirements Increased Employment without Evictions

Researchers from the University of North Carolina’s Center for Urban and Regional Studies have added evidence into the debate about the benefits and risks of work requirements for housing…

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For Children & Mothers, Eviction Has Long-term Consequences

As millions of families in the United States experience eviction, little research exists of the impact of eviction on their lives. In a study published by Social Forces, researchers analyzed the…

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