A recent analysis by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University explores the findings of a 2021 survey on renters’ concerns regarding how their homes impact their health. The most common causes of renter concerns were air quality, pests, flooding and mold, and water quality. The survey finds that many rental units do not have infrastructure to alleviate residents’ concerns and that few tenants trust their landlords to handle such concerns.
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