A compilation of resources related to the eviction process, housing instability, racial bias, the impacts and economic costs of eviction, and legislation and other resources related to a right to counsel for tenants facing eviction.

Using weekly data from the U.S. Census Bureau Household Pulse Survey and data on the number of renter households and rent burden from the American Community Survey published by the U.S. Census Bureau, as well as other research and data, Stout developed state-by-state estimates of the number of renter households that may not be able to pay their upcoming rent and could be facing eviction in the months ahead. At the link below you can find information for each state and for several income levels on a weekly basis including:

Click Here For Stout’s Analysis and Visualization of Renter Confidence and Potential Evictions

 

  • Estimated renter households unable to pay their rent next month (total and per capita)
  • Estimated rental shortfall for those households
  • Estimated number of eviction filings that may result from renter households unable to pay their rent
  • Renter confidence in the ability to pay next month’s rent on a weekly basis by income level by state
  • Renter confidence in the ability to pay next month’s rent on a weekly basis by race by state

Additional information about Stout’s methodology and other considerations.

Stout’s Transformative Change consultants have collected resources to assist our clients and their communities with understanding the eviction process, its impacts, and impactful solutions to combat the eviction crisis that cities large and small are facing.

General Eviction

Community Instability

Effects on Children

Health - Mental and Physical

Homelessness

Housing Court

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