The feared eviction ‘tsunami’ has not yet happened. Experts are conflicted on why.

For instance, 47 percent of renters live in places that still have some type of protection or policy in place, Reynolds said, which could also drag out the process and allow government aid time to reach those who need it. “It’s certain, very specific neighborhoods, and sometimes owners, that are most likely to evict, so this is a highly localized phenomenon,” she added.

Source: WP