by Morgan Dzak
Making on-time, in-full rent payments is difficult for many modern renters. Some residents live paycheck to paycheck and struggle to make ends meet. If anything, the pandemic cast a spotlight on the challenges facing renters and their housing providers across America.
In recent years, local regulations have made it increasingly difficult to develop new housing, accelerating an already severe housing affordability crisis. This added pressure on renters has led them to submit rent payments with credit cards, make partial payments, pay rent late and, under the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) nationwide eviction moratorium, not pay at all.
Read Morgan Dzak’s entire article in UNITS magazine.
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