Connecticut’s eviction rate slightly higher than average

Blog post by Camille Seaberry
April 22, 2018

DataHaven   (New Haven)

The United States has been facing a housing affordability crisis for at least a decade, and it should come as no surprise that Connecticut’s cities have not been immune. The nation’s eviction rate peaked in 2006, when 7.5 percent of renter-occupied households had eviction filings made against them, and 3.1 percent were evicted from their homes. Connecticut’s eviction rate peaked earlier, at 3.9 percent in 2003, but remains slightly higher than the nationwide rate. Read more about eviction in Connecticut on the blog

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