NJ Renters Struggle to Find Housing Even With Covid Aid

Posted October 18th, 2021

Renters who have COVID-19 housing relief aid are struggling to find stable housing because landlords don't like the impermanent nature of the relief money and/or don't understand the programs. This is leading to individuals and families spending months, sometimes close to a year, trying to find an apartment without any success. Read about renters who are finding that rapid re-housing programs aren't so rapid.

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