Evictions on the Rise but Lawsuits, Nonpaying Tenants Still Vex the Rental Housing Market

The Washington Times cites Director of Finance Policy John Berlau on the effects of landlords being unable to enforce contracts and rules:

“If landlords are not allowed to enforce contracts and evict those who shirk their obligations, they will have no choice but to pass on the costs to paying tenants or to sell off their properties, possibly reducing the availability of rental housing overall,” said John Berlau, director of finance policy at the libertarian Competitive Enterprise Institute.

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