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Municipal Policy Interventions to Address Evictions

by Tara Raghuveer, Founder and Director, Kansas City Eviction Project
What will it take to guarantee that every person in Kansas City has a truly and permanently affordable, healthy, accessible, and…

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Evictions in Mobile Home Parks: Insights from Texas and Florida

Manufactured housing is the nation’s fastest-growing form of new housing and is home to about 18 million Americans, making it the largest unsubsidized source of affordable housing. Given that…

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Kansas City Eviction Research Highlights the Need for Bold Municipal Solutions

by Tara Raghuveer, Founder and Director, Kansas City Eviction Project
The nation’s housing crisis has reached emergency levels. In 2018, a person working full time in a minimum-wage job cannot…

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Robust Eviction Data Can Keep Cities from “Designing Policy in the Dark”

By Emily Peiffer
The threat of eviction is nothing new for the millions of families who have been forced out of their homes, potentially leaving their neighborhoods, schools, and support systems…

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Why We Need to Stop Evictions Before They Happen

By Emily Peiffer
Eviction is more than a forced move. It’s a destabilizing event that can send a family into a cycle of financial and emotional turmoil, affecting their current and future prospects…

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DC’s Eviction Filings Are Down. Are High Rents to Blame?

by Maya Brennan
Despite high rents in the District of Columbia, annual reports from the DC courts show a downward trend in eviction filings. The number of evictions filed by landlords fell from…

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How National Data Can Help Tackle the Eviction Crisis

by Emily Peiffer
Financial instability and a shortage of affordable rental housing leave millions of US families struggling to pay rent and facing eviction. This crisis has long been rooted in…

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Get to Know the New Eviction Lab Data: A Summary of What’s Inside

The Eviction Lab at Princeton University released a new publicly available dataset with aggregated counts and rates of eviction filings and judgments across the United States. The researchers sought…

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What Strategies Prevent Tenant Evictions?

Tenant evictions—which can stem from financial, social, health, or other factors—can be traumatic and often cause homelessness. A history of unstable housing can also contribute to increased risk…

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What Should Policymakers and Advocates Know about Eviction?

by Maya Brennan
After years of sparse research and policy attention, evictions are a constant presence in the news and a growing topic of research. Advocates for stable housing can find locally or…

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