By the Numbers: Eviction moratorium extended

A look at who’s still in need of rental assistance as the eviction moratorium is extended through the end of July.
0:58 | 06/25/21

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Today the CDC announced an extension of the nationwide eviction moratorium the first shouldn't see in the actions of ranchers unable to make payments should we take a look at what this means by the numbers split this thirty day extension the moratorium will now expire on July 31 instead of June 30. This could benefit the more than seven million American households behind on rent including nearly four million households with children. To be eligible for eviction protection individual ranchers can earn no more than 99000. Dollars a year or 198000. Dollars for married couple. Some renters have also benefited from more than 46 billion dollars of emergency rental assistance included in various Covert relief packages. But housing experts say the distribution of this aid has been frustrating links slow. I'm looking at the other end of the housing market more than 350000. Dollars is now the median sale price of an existing home that's the highest on record. That's a 24%. Spike from last year a record annual increase.

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