Pandemic protections for renters helped reduce evictions in Colorado by nearly 60%, according to a new analysis that makes aggregated eviction data available for the entire state of Colorado for the first time.
Report “New Normal”,” is based on data from approximately 150,000 evictions filed in Colorado county courts between July 2017 and June 2021, and analyzes eviction applications by volume, geography, lawsuit outcome, landlord and renter. We are analyzing whether a person had legal representation in a lawsuit.
It was released Wednesday by the nonprofit Enterprise Community Partners.which is working to increase affordable housing options nationwide, the analysis was done by the Colorado Futures Center.is a non-profit organization dedicated to informing the public on economic, financial, and public policy issues.
From 2019 to 2020, there was a 57% reduction in eviction requests as the eviction moratorium. and state-provided rental assistance A study was found that went into effect.
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