Rental Eviction in Hampton Roads

04.27.2018

According to a report released from Princeton University's Eviction lab, Hampton Roads has one of the highest rental eviction rates in the country. Host Cathy Lewis recently discussed the number of issues within the Hampton Roads area with guests, Sarah Black, an attorney and the Deputy Director for the Legal Aid Society of Eastern Virginia, and Lavonne Pledger, Head of Tenant Management Council for Young's Terrace. 
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