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"“Imagine if every person asked for a trial. The system would bog down in a couple of months.”They ought to start demanding trials and bog the system down.
Lot of these renters live for FREE for 5 to 6 months without paying. Such a bad process. Once judgement is offered , they must move out by 1st of the month.
eah, it's probably cheaper just to infest the house with bed bugs than wait through the eviction process.
Over what time period is the 83 million evictions? Where the worst areas are showing 1 in 25, 83 million seems a crazy huge number in a nation of 400 million people.
CovfefeButDeadly saysOver what time period is the 83 million evictions? Where the worst areas are showing 1 in 25, 83 million seems a crazy huge number in a nation of 400 million people.I was wondering the same thing......"Mr. Desmond’s team found records for nearly 900,000 eviction judgments in 2016, meaning landlords were given the legal right to remove at least one in 50 renter households in the communities covered by this data. That figure was one in 25 in Milwaukee and one in nine in Richmond. And one in five renter households in Richmond were threatened with eviction in 2016. The new data, assembled from about 83 million court records going back to 2000, suggest that the most pervasive problems aren’t necessarily in the most expensive regions. Evictions are accumulating across Michigan and Indiana. "So that 83 million includes all eviction notices since 2000.
Put federal Housing tax on all single family homes that were bought for the sole purpose to rent. Tax condos that are rented out as well. Don't forget those shitty commercial rental Apartments base their rents on what SFH owners are getting for their houses and condos. Take those out of the rental market, commercial rental properties go back to being $1500 for 3br instead of $1500 for a 1br or efficiency.