Research from NLIHC, the Housing Initiative at Penn, and NYU Furman Center indicates that a lack of landlord and tenant participation is a challenge to state and local administrators of Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) programs. To understand the extent of non-responsiveness and refusal to participate in ERA programs, NLIHC asked 247 program administrators to complete a short survey between September 9 and September 15. ERA programs indicated they experience greater refusal and unresponsiveness from landlords than from tenants.
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