Government Will Protect Your Homes When . . . What? Evicted Already?

A young, healthy-looking pair of homeless asleep on a sidewalk

Are you encouraged by national and regional government crisis measures to forestall evictions and mortgage foreclosures?

Think again.

There seems to be an inclination to believe that, by stalling the inevitable, governments will come up with ways to rescue large chunks of their citizenry from homelessness before it actually happens.

Trouble is, it’s already happening. And governments are failing to take effective, ongoing action,1 both before and after evictions and foreclosures. Read about some of those consequences in The Guardian: ‘London Is So Strange And Sad’: The Sacked Hospitality Workers Sleeping Rough

Footnotes

  1. See: The CARES Act: Evictions, Foreclosures On Pause For Some. Then What?

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