Op-eds and Blog Posts
Many People are Behind on Rent. How Much Do They Owe?
Laurie Goodman, Kathryn Reynolds, Jung Hyun Choi, Urban Institute, February 24, 2021
Three Principles to Equitably and Efficiently Implement New COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance
Kathryn Reynolds, Aaron Shroyer, and Monique King-Viehland, Urban Institute, December 23, 2020
The CDC Took an Important Step to Halt Evictions Because of COVID-19. But That’s Only Half the Battle.
Mary Cunningham and Solomon Greene, Urban Institute, September 3, 2020
Four Ways to Keep Renters from Falling Off the Eviction Cliff
Mary Cunningham, Abby Boshart, Ananya Hariharan, Urban Institute, July 13, 2020
To Stay Stably Housed, Renters Need $16 Billion per Month in Housing Support during the COVID-19 Crisis
Aaron Shroyer and Kathryn Reynolds, Urban Institute, June 15, 2020
When Moratoria Lift, How Can State and Local Governments Avoid a COVID-19 Eviction Surge?
Maya Brennan, Housing Matters, May 20, 2020
New Funding Flexibility Is Helping Public Housing Authorities Address Urgent Needs—But Their Long-Term Challenges Could Get Worse
Diane Levy and Leiha Edmonds, Urban Institute, May 20, 2020
Five Ways State and Local Governments Can Strengthen Their Capacity to Meet Growing Rental Assistance Needs
Monique King-Viehland and Corianne Payton Scally, Urban Institute, April 29, 2020
What Can State and Local Governments Do to Stabilize Renters during the Pandemic?
Urban Institute, April 24, 2020
The Rent Is Due – We Need Emergency Rental Assistance from Congress Now
Mary Cunningham and Laurie Goodman, The Hill, April 23, 2020
Don’t Overlook the Importance of Unemployment Benefits for Renters
Mary Cunningham, Laurie Goodman, and Jung Hyun Choi, Urban Institute, April 23, 2020