6 Million Americans Didn't Make Their Rent Payments Last Month
It's an obvious sign Americans are still struggling amid the pandemic.
The number of Americans who missed their rent or mortgage payments last month is stunning: 6 million didn't make their payments last month.
That’s according to research from the Mortgage Bankers Association.
That is actually down, percentage-wise, from the second quarter. But experts point out it’s clearly a sign Americans are struggling right now.
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