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Opportunities in Crisis: Findings from Year Two of Research on Equitable Rental Housing and Eviction Prevention in the United States
Addressing the pandemic-exacerbated housing crisis demands an all-hands-on-deck approach. Residents, practitioners, policymakers, funders, and researchers must come together to learn and act in real time to keep renters stably housed. In fact, innovative policy solutions have been designed and implemented over the past two and a half years, and the present moment provides us an opportunity to better understand and assess the effects and future prospects of a more stable and secure housing market for renter families. 

In this context, the Housing Crisis Research Collaborative launched in April 2020 to solicit and respond to the most pressing questions policymakers and practitioners have faced throughout the pandemic. Comprising four research institutions, seven practitioner networks, and multiple partner researchers, the collaborative works in real time to address questions around what forms of rental assistance and eviction prevention show the most promise, how renters are responding to financial stress, how landlords are responding to arrears, and which regulatory and legislative fixes have been most effective.

Join the Housing Crisis Research Collaborative and the Urban Institute for insights from published and upcoming research on how policymakers, researchers, community members, and funders can work together to support renter stability and equitable rental housing in the US during and beyond the pandemic.

Dec 8, 2022 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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