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Struggled to Pay Rent in the US Due to the Pandemic? We Want to Hear From You

We want to understand where renters and their landlords stand today.

Demonstrators hold signs during an 'Eviction Moratorium Extension' rally in the Brooklyn borough of New York, U.S., on Thursday, Aug. 19, 2021. The disputed provision, which had been set to last through Aug. 31, blocked all eviction proceedings if the tenants declared that they were facing a Covid-related financial or health hardship.
Demonstrators hold signs during an 'Eviction Moratorium Extension' rally in the Brooklyn borough of New York, U.S., on Thursday, Aug. 19, 2021. The disputed provision, which had been set to last through Aug. 31, blocked all eviction proceedings if the tenants declared that they were facing a Covid-related financial or health hardship.Photographer: Paul Frangipane/Bloomberg

The pandemic left millions in the US struggling to keep up with rent payments, prompting the federal government to shield renters with programs including an eviction moratorium and emergency rental assistance program (ERAP).

The moratorium has since been lifted with the easing of the Covid-19 crisis, but ERAP funding is still being redistributed -- after many states had a sluggish start to dole out these funds.