Evictions to hit 750,000 households, Goldman says

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About 750,000 renter households will likely lose their homes this year after the Supreme Court blocked the federal eviction moratorium, according to Goldman Sachs economists.

Analysts at the investment bank estimate that tenants owe between $12 billion and $17 billion to landlords as Covid-19 cases surge, with about 2.5 million to 3.5 million households behind on rent.

The findings that Goldman released late Sunday mark one of the first comprehensive estimates of what could happen in the absence of the eviction moratorium, which was stopped as

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