When to Rent? New data shows what the right to rent means for renters

The United States has long been a place where renters are entitled to some protection, and it seems to be getting even harder to stay in the country.

But according to a new report by the National Low Income Housing Coalition, renters are also facing a steep climb in rents, thanks in part to the government’s decision to allow the private rental market to remain open for months.

In other words, there are now fewer places in which renters can find affordable housing.

The report, called “Renters’ Rising Rental Risks,” was released Thursday as part of a National Housing Month of Action.

While there’s been no national rental shortage, the report says renters are increasingly vulnerable to eviction, which could potentially have dire consequences for people struggling to find housing.

“This is a crisis that’s affecting us all,” said Michelle DeBruine, co-chair of the coalition.

“This is the first time that we’ve seen the rate of evictions increase in the United States.”

The report found that nearly three out of five renters nationwide are renting.

That’s up from less than one in four a decade ago.

And many renters have no way to pay their rent because of the tax credits that are available to low-income families.

The tax credits have been a key driver of rising rents, which are now the highest in the U.S.

At the same time, there’s also been a surge in eviction notices in the last few months, according to the report.

That means many renters are not getting the help they need, as they struggle to pay for a place to live and pay for utilities.

The average number of evicted renters in the first half of this year was nearly one-third higher than the previous year, according the report, which also found that the average cost of a two-bedroom apartment rose more than four times between 2013 and 2015.

“We’re seeing rents climb even higher,” said DeBrien.

“In some places, they’re now in the thousands of dollars.”

The National Low Occupancy Rate, or NOLR, is the lowest rate of affordable housing in the US.

NOLRs are set at one bedroom apartments, with a maximum of two bathrooms and one bedroom.

It’s also a low rent and affordable rate for people making less than $30,000 per year, or the poverty line for a family of four.

The coalition is calling on the Trump administration to increase the amount of tax credits available to renters, and to create a national rent affordability plan.

The coalition also wants the Department of Housing and Urban Development to establish a program that will help low- and moderate-income people afford housing, which would help pay for programs that provide assistance for renters and families.

The National Housing Coalition has been a longtime champion of low-cost housing, and its advocacy group, the National Housing Partnerships Council, was instrumental in pushing the Affordable Housing Act through Congress in 2016.

The NOLr is one of many protections that help renters.

The group is calling for Congress to expand the NOL, which was passed in 1996, and establish a National Rental Affordability Standards Board to determine whether it’s appropriate for states to allow private rental markets to remain in place.

The board would be responsible for establishing rent-stabilization standards and setting rent limits.