An estimated 40 million are in danger of being evicted due to the coronavirus economic downturn. But people across the country are pitching in to help.
The data and analytics real estate firm Amherst projects that 28 million renters, or about 22.5% of all households, are at risk of eviction.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, participants report not having the means to cover food, health and rent costs.
Here are some of the stories of Americans trying to make rent, this month and beyond.
How can a person quarantine themselves if they have no place to go?
White sheets are being hung in apartment windows to show solidarity with the #CancelRent movement that is gaining steam on Twitter, Instagram and other social media sites.
Most Americans who rent their home will not be eligible for eviction protections, despite what President Donald Trump said this week.
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