Metro Phoenix’s eviction and foreclosure rates double U.S. average

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By Catherine Reagor | Arizona Republic

Phoenix-area residents were more than twice as likely to lose a home to eviction or foreclosure than the typical U.S. resident before COVID-19 hit, and the rate of housing loss is expected to climb significantly because of the pandemic as well as rising home prices and rents, according to a new study.

The hardest hit areas for homeowners and renters were neighborhoods in west and south Phoenix, where poverty and unemployment rates are some of the highest in the region, according to the report by New America, a Washington, D.C.-based think tank.

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