NJ Renters Struggle to Find Safe, Affordable Housing

Posted October 24th, 2022

Immigrants and renters of color in Passaic, Elizabeth and Perth Amboy continue to struggle to afford rapidly rising rents and live in unsafe environments, but largely did not apply for rental assistance, according to a survey released Tuesday of nearly 400 tenants conducted by the immigrant advocacy group, Make the Road New Jersey.  Read more about the struggle for safe housing.

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