Shaun Donovan and Ray McGuire drastically underestimated the cost of housing in Brooklyn during interviews with The New York Times editorial board.
The moratorium on foreclosures of federally guaranteed mortgages had been set to expire on March 31.
The new president wasted no time in ensuring that millions of Americans were not forced out on the streets during the COVID-19 pandemic.
North Dakota has twice as many COVID-19 cases per capita as New Jersey. It’s time to finally put this pandemic myth to rest.
The pandemic has only magnified systemic sexism and racism in housing, possibly leaving millions of women and their families homeless come January.
There have been steep rises in people living in temporary accommodation since Covid hit.
Meanwhile, millions of Americans are unemployed and struggling to pay mortgages or rents amid the coronavirus crisis.
Voting is already hard. Housing insecurity and the coronavirus pandemic are only going to make it worse.
“Many are calling this the equivalent of 2008’s foreclosure crisis, but at an exponential level.” This is how the coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated America’s ongoing housing crisis.
His administration has overturned a rule intended to fight racial segregation, Trump boasted on Twitter.