A recent article by the Urban Institute, “Housing Counseling to Support Renters in Crisis,” found that as demand for rental counseling increased during the pandemic, counseling agencies pivoted away from services focused mainly on homeownership to expand or adapt services for renters, while also shifting from in-person to virtual service. These changes required agencies to move rapidly on policies aimed at renters’ housing stabilization.
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