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租客禁令即将失效,美国将有上千万租客被逐出家门

租客禁令即将失效,美国将有上千万租客被逐出家门

Chris Morris 2021年06月06日
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驱逐(拖欠房租的)租客禁令将于6月30日到期。这可能会导致全国大批租户流离失所。

美国预算与政策优先中心(CBPP)估计,目前有15%的成年租户,即1100万美国人拖欠房租。尽管并非所有这些人都面临可能会被驱逐的风险,但随着美国疾病控制与预防中心(CDC)颁发的禁驱令到期,他们的未来有这一可能。

尤其是对于少数族裔来说,这场危机非常具有挑战性。据预算与政策优先中心4月28日至5月10日收集的数据显示,有29%的非裔和21%的亚裔成人租客未缴纳租金。相比起无孩家庭,有子女的家庭拖欠租金的比例更大。

由于成千上万名租客从未得到应有的联邦政府的救济,他们面临着被驱逐的威胁。因为管理不善、房东不配合等种种因素,各州未能拿出数千万美元的专项资金以帮助租户避免被驱逐。

有些州的情况相对更糟一些。例如,在佛罗里达州、佐治亚州和南卡罗来纳州,有超过20%的租户拖欠房租。阿拉巴马州、阿肯色州、马里兰州和田纳西州紧随其后。不过,缅因州只有6%的租户没有按时缴纳房租。而堪萨斯州、肯塔基州和犹他州的这一数据仅为7%。

一旦这些租户被驱逐,他们将很难找到价格合适的房源。随着经济在疫情后期逐渐回暖,房租价格也在飙升,2月份两居室租价平均上涨了近1%。

尽管美国疾病控制与预防中心的禁令主要是为了保护租客,但许多房主也处于不利境地。预算与政策优先中心估计,目前有640万购房者尚未偿还抵押贷款。(财富中文网)

译者:Claire

驱逐(拖欠房租的)租客禁令将于6月30日到期。这可能会导致全国大批租户流离失所。

美国预算与政策优先中心(CBPP)估计,目前有15%的成年租户,即1100万美国人拖欠房租。尽管并非所有这些人都面临可能会被驱逐的风险,但随着美国疾病控制与预防中心(CDC)颁发的禁驱令到期,他们的未来有这一可能。

尤其是对于少数族裔来说,这场危机非常具有挑战性。据预算与政策优先中心4月28日至5月10日收集的数据显示,有29%的非裔和21%的亚裔成人租客未缴纳租金。相比起无孩家庭,有子女的家庭拖欠租金的比例更大。

由于成千上万名租客从未得到应有的联邦政府的救济,他们面临着被驱逐的威胁。因为管理不善、房东不配合等种种因素,各州未能拿出数千万美元的专项资金以帮助租户避免被驱逐。

有些州的情况相对更糟一些。例如,在佛罗里达州、佐治亚州和南卡罗来纳州,有超过20%的租户拖欠房租。阿拉巴马州、阿肯色州、马里兰州和田纳西州紧随其后。不过,缅因州只有6%的租户没有按时缴纳房租。而堪萨斯州、肯塔基州和犹他州的这一数据仅为7%。

一旦这些租户被驱逐,他们将很难找到价格合适的房源。随着经济在疫情后期逐渐回暖,房租价格也在飙升,2月份两居室租价平均上涨了近1%。

尽管美国疾病控制与预防中心的禁令主要是为了保护租客,但许多房主也处于不利境地。预算与政策优先中心估计,目前有640万购房者尚未偿还抵押贷款。(财富中文网)

译者:Claire

On June 30, the protections that have prevented renters who are behind in their payments from being evicted will come to an end. And that could create a massive wave of homeless people across the country.

The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) estimates there are 11 million Americans currently behind on their rent—15% of the total adult renter population. And while not all of them are facing possible eviction, the lifting of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) eviction moratorium puts them at risk.

The crisis could be especially challenging for minorities. The CBPP study, based on data collected between April 28 and May 10, finds that 29% of Black adult renters are not caught up on rent. And 21% of Asian adult renters are behind. And households with children are more likely to be delinquent than those without.

The threat of eviction comes as thousands of renters never received the federal relief due to them. States have failed to spend tens of millions of dollars earmarked to help renters avoid losing their homes because of a variety of factors, ranging from poorly administered programs to uncooperative landlords.

The situation is worse in some states than others. In Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina, for instance, more than 20% of renters are behind. Alabama, Arkansas, Maryland, and Tennessee are close behind. Only 6% of renters in Maine are not caught up on rent, though. And Kansas, Kentucky, and Utah all have just 7% who are behind.

Should they be evicted, those people will have trouble finding affordable housing. Rent prices are spiking as the economy begins to recover from the pandemic, with the average two-bedroom jumping nearly 1% in February.

While the CDC’s moratorium focuses on renters, many homeowners are also finding themselves in uncomfortable situations. The CBPP estimates 6.4 million adults are in a household not caught up on mortgage payment at present.

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