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If You're At Risk Of Eviction In The 'Housing Apocalypse,' Do These Things Now

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If You're At Risk Of Eviction In The 'Housing Apocalypse,' Do These Things Now

If You're At Risk Of Eviction In The 'Housing Apocalypse,' Do These Things Now

As the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic gathered steam, US lawmakers moved to protect newly unemployed Americans from evictions.

But now, eviction freezes are set to expire on various dates before the end of the summer.

According to Business Insider, roughly 20% of Americans were unable to pay all or part of their rent in April, May, and June.

That's left millions potentially vulnerable to eviction.

If that's the case for you, start by trying to negotiate a deal with your landlord.

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