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These are the states where renters can't pay rent

Mediafeed Logo By Devon Delfino of Mediafeed | Slide 1 of 62: Nearly one in six renters aren’t caught up on payments, according to LendingTree’s analysis of Census Bureau data from late September and early October. This is likely to get worse, as more than one in four renters say they have no confidence or only slight confidence in making next month’s payment.With a federal eviction moratorium due to expire Dec. 31, 2020, and many statewide eviction moratoriums expired or expiring soon, struggling renters may soon find themselves without homes. To see where renters have fallen behind on payments, LendingTree researchers looked at state data, exploring the uneven impact of the coronavirus crisis. Here are our findings.

COVID-19 has left some renters struggling

Nearly one in six renters aren’t caught up on payments, according to LendingTree’s analysis of Census Bureau data from late September and early October. This is likely to get worse, as more than one in four renters say they have no confidence or only slight confidence in making next month’s payment.

With a federal eviction moratorium due to expire Dec. 31, 2020, and many statewide eviction moratoriums expired or expiring soon, struggling renters may soon find themselves without homes. To see where renters have fallen behind on payments, LendingTree researchers looked at state data, exploring the uneven impact of the coronavirus crisis. Here are our findings.

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