Federal and local authorities, the U.S. imposed a ban on the eviction because of the threat of the coronavirus, but the timing of the decision coming to an end. In this regard, millions of citizens were afraid to stay on the street, Bloomberg writes, citing experts. According to the Bureau of census of the U.S. population, 13 percent of the tenants of “no confidence” that they will be able to pay next month. About 20 percent expressed little hope for it.

According to the report by Apartment List, almost a third of Americans, or 32 percent, failed to pay the rent in July. Of these, 19 percent are unable to allocate funds, and 13 per cent partially repaid the debt. For comparison, in early April, the proportion of those who experienced difficulties with rent, has 24 percent.

According to a recent survey conducted by the research organization Pew Research Center, one in ten among American youth aged 18 to 29 years had to find new housing or to return to the parental home. The main reason is the mass closure of University campuses.