Report: Rising eviction rates are symptomatic of national affordability crisis



Real estate analyst firm Redfin has revealed that a staggering 2.7 million Americans faced eviction in 2015, and further claims that figure is likely a very conservative estimate of the true number of U.S. families evicted from their homes in the past year.

Minimum wage workers can’t even afford to rent a 1-bedroom apartment



The rental situation in the U.S. has gotten so bad that for Americans who’re working full-time on the local minimum wage, there isn’t a single state where they can afford to rent a one bedroom apartment.

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