The Urban Institute found that renters are more likely than homeowners to struggle with paying for basic needs like food and health care.
The Urban Institute released a report titled “Rapid Re-housing’s Role in Responding to Homelessness,” which reviews the effectiveness of rapid re-housing.
Rapid re-housing is a short-term, crisis response intervention intended to minimize a household’s time spent homeless according to a new study.
On August 28, 2018, CBS MoneyWatch reported that “Almost half of Americans can’t pay for their basic needs” according to a report from the Urban Institute.
An Urban Institute study, A Pilot Study of Landlord Acceptance of Housing Choice Vouchers, finds high landlord denial rates of Housing Choice Vouchers.