El análisis hecho por el COVID-19 Eviction Defense Project demuestra que existe un riesgo de desalojos sin precedentes en los Estados Unidos.

The COVID-19 Eviction Defense Project (CEDP) conducts data driven analyses to estimate El COVID-19 Eviction Defense Project (CEDP) lleva a cabo análisis basados en datos para estimar el número de personas dentro de las familias inquilinas que podrían estar en riesgo de desalojo. Hasta la fecha, hemos colaborado con el Aspen Institute y el Bell Policy Center para publicar informes sobre riesgo de desalojo a nivel nacional y estatal.

El 6 de agosto de 2020, CEDP publicó cifras estimadas de riesgo de desalojo actualizadas junto con el Aspen Institute. Se estima que más de 29 millones de estadounidenses en 13 millones de hogares podrían estar en riesgo de desalojo para fin de año si las condiciones no cambian. Esta estimación está basada en la encuesta Household Pulse Survey llevada a cabo por el Census Bureau y en hipótesis sobre el crecimiento acelerado de la inseguridad habitacional. Las estimaciones de cada estado están disponibles más abajo.

Actualizamos nuestras cifras y metodología continuamente, a medida que obtenemos acceso a más datos.

Análisis recientes

Amicus Brief: Terkel v. CDC

CED Project | May 3, 2021

CEDP filed an amicus brief for Terkel v. CDC highlighting that mass evictions during the pandemic have profound economic ramifications that substantially affect interstate commerce.

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Estimated Number of Renters Behind on Rent in Colorado

CED Project | April 6, 2021

We estimated the number of renters who could be behind on rent by Metropolitan Statistical Area. This is a directional, consulting style methodology aiming to localize eviction risk for decision makers.

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HH Pulse Data, Debt & Housing Insecurity

CED Project | March 25, 2021

Census Bureau states nearly 1 in 6 tenants are behind on rent.

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Emerging Best Practices for COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Programs

Aspen Institute | Dec. 22, 2020

This slide deck lays out emerging best practices for the design and administration of rental assistance programs for states, localities, and their non-profit partners who will be called upon to disburse billions in rental assistance.

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Tabulations of Week 20 of HH Pulse Survey

CED Project | Dec. 16, 2020

Census Bureau states 18% of renters report being behind on their rent.

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Tabulations of Rental Arrears in Late October, Early November

CED Project | Nov. 20, 2020

How housing insecurity disproportionately affects black renters, other renters of color, and families with children.

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Eviction moratorium in effect in Colorado through end of 2020

CED Project | Oct. 27, 2020

On Wednesday, October 21, 2020, Governor Polis issued an executive order (Executive Order 227) banning evictions for at least 30 days, effective immediately.

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Colorado Eviction Risk Analysis

CED Project | Sept. 17, 2020

Based on census data, 345k-436k renters are at risk of eviction by the end of the year if current conditions do not change.

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The COVID-19 Eviction Crisis: An estimated 30-40 million people in America are at risk

Aspen Institute | Aug. 6, 2020

The United States may be facing the most severe housing crisis in its history.

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Eviction Risk in Nevada

Guinn Center | July 2020

Between 272,000-327,000 Nevadans could struggle to pay their rent by September 2020.

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20 million renters are at risk of eviction; policymakers must act now to mitigate widespread hardship

Aspen Institute | June 19, 2020

Over the past five months, more than 44 million Americans have filed for unemployment amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Colorado could start to see the beginnings of an avalanche of evictions that may only become worse over the summer, fall, and winter. Either the governor or the legislature must take action to stem a growing crisis.  Unless ongoing and persistent action is taken, Colorado and the nation could experience an eviction and rental crisis larger than the Great Recession.

Colorado’s looming eviction and rental crisis

Bell Policy Center | May 28, 2020

Unless action is taken in Colorado or at the federal level: By September, nearly 420,000 Coloradans living in 181,000 households will be at risk of evictions, having accumulated nearly $765 million in rental debt.

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