Research: Evictions/Housing Precarity Risk Model

The Housing Precarity Risk Model (HPRM) estimates where households are at the highest risk of eviction, displacement, and long-term poverty as a result of the COVID-19 recession interacting with pre-existing precarity. The aim of this work is to better understand racial and economic disparities in housing and opportunities while providing state and local governments a tool to target needed resources to those that need it most. The eviction side of this research is a continuation of The Evictions Study where we collect and scrape court record data to observe eviction dynamics in under-represented areas.