The Biden administration introduced several new efforts to protect renters, make renting more affordable, and to increase fairness in the rental market.
A vocal proponent of affordable housing, universal child care, Biden’s Immigration Act of 2021, and Medicare for All, Sanchez believes the decisions Sen. Marco Rubio has been making “are not in the best interest of Floridians.” That is why he is running to oust him in 2022.
A vocal opponent of the Republican incumbent, the Democratic commissioner has launched a “listening tour” to connect and understand the needs of Florida communities.
Running against the Republican incumbent, the math and science teacher from Orlando has a clear plan of action to build systems that help Floridians and promises to work only “for the people.”
The federal agency claims these residents were ineligible for funds to rebuild homes damaged by earthquakes and Hurricanes María and Irma.
The new mayor plans to take a more dedicated approach to battling the COVID-19 pandemic and empower entrepreneurs across the community by opening small business accelerators.
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.