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Ireland Corona consequences: Up to 40 million US tenants could be evicted

00:08  08 august  2020
00:08  08 august  2020 Source:   finanzen.net

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Tenancy advocates have called for "all governments" to copy emergency laws being debated in the Tasmanian Parliament which could protect renters from eviction for four months during the coronavirus crisis. Key points: Tasmania is considering a temporary moratorium on the eviction of tenants for not

According to scientists, between 30 and 40 million tenants in the USA are threatened with eviction in the coming months because of the corona crisis.

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This could affect up to 43 percent of all rental households, according to a study published on Friday. Experts from renowned institutions such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Princeton University warned that the country was facing "possibly the worst housing crisis in history".

The analysis is based on surveys of tenants and their information on their financial situation. Members of minorities, including blacks and Latinos, are particularly at risk.

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A temporary federal-level ban on evictions for certain properties expired in late July. Similar regulations in several states have also expired. The Democrats in Congress have therefore also warned that millions of Americans who have lost their jobs and thus their incomes because of the coronavirus pandemic are at risk of eviction.

Negotiations are currently underway about a further economic stimulus package that will also protect tenants again. So far, the government, Republicans and Democrats have not been able to agree. US President Donald Trump has announced that tenants of certain properties over which the federal government has influence will be protected by ordinance if necessary. The Democrats complain, however, that insolvent tenants must be helped with financial resources, otherwise an eviction would only be postponed.

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