The Eviction Lab at Princeton University has built the first nationwide database of evictions. Find out how many evictions happen in your community. Create custom maps, charts, and reports. Share facts with your neighbors and elected officials.
Nearly one million American households received eviction judgments in 2016 in new data spanning dozens of states. The New York Times takes a closer look at the current state of eviction and housing in the U.S.
A dozen national experts studied Columbus neighborhoods and told officials here that four changes, among others, could help these neighborhoods thrive. The group reserved its harshest criticism for the city's eviction policies, especially with how easily they can be initiated and how they serve as a permanent mark on residents' records, often making it harder for them to find affordable housing.
Columbus Business First announces it will take a sustained look during 2018 at the issues of income inequality and affordable housing, which continue to weigh on Columbus’ growth and could threaten the city’s bright future. A recent study found Columbus is the second-most segregated city in the country by income.