Due To Pandemic Housing Crisis In New York’s Area Getting Worse: NYT

Due To Pandemic Housing Crisis In New York's Area Getting Worse.

According to a report in the New York Times, In the Bronx, a district of New York City, a flood of unemployment is caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, with more than 10,000 renters struggling to manage their houses.

According to the reports of Tuesday, A borough is a commonplace that represents the housing disaster due to pandemic,

A borough is a typical place that illustrates the housing crisis brought on by the pandemic, Since its unemployment rate of 12.4 percent is nearly triple the national figure, and a growing number of tenants are at risk of eviction.

At present, it has the highest number of eviction cases in New York State and includes many large cities like Cincinnati, Philadelphia, and St. Louis, According to citing figures from the Eviction Lab at Princeton University.

“More than 26,000 renters in the Bronx have been sued by their landlords since the pandemic began — a third of the eviction cases filed in the city in that time,” it added.

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