@abbyvesoulis
Abby Vesoulis
15 days ago
I spent months getting to know a landlord & the tenant who owes her $30,000+ in back rent. Eviction moratoriums, while well-intentioned, put them both in a bad spot. My latest piece explains why we're looking at a possible housing crisis when they expire. https://t.co/57mjq6921x
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@finalstretch69
John Kole
15 days ago
@abbyvesoulis @TIME $30K...Jesus.
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@amieekane
amieekane
15 days ago
@abbyvesoulis @TIME heartbreaking
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@WarrenEducators
Warren Network
15 days ago
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@mexicanrag
Who makes Jumex taste so good?
15 days ago
@abbyvesoulis @rmc031 Pretty cool system we got here.
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@mazihe
Ihe Onwuka
14 days ago
@mazihe
Ihe Onwuka
14 days ago
@emilyabenfer @CarolSOtt The supply side in housing is not in business to provide housing welfare in a crisis. Eviction moratoriums cause an exodus of investors and lenders from low cost housing provision. Banks out of concern that borrowers will not be able to collect rent or reclaim their property.
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@mazihe
Ihe Onwuka
14 days ago
@abbyvesoulis Eviction moratoriums extending well beyond the period over which there can be any expectation that the rent arrears will be collectible are not well intentioned. They are deliberately and ideologically targeted at making one set of people pay for the housing cost of others.
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@BB24667978
BB
13 days ago
@abbyvesoulis Maybe the landlord should think about getting a job instead of relying on passive income.
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