A study finds that Pretium Partners, a corporate landlord, has filed four times as many evictions in predominantly Black counties in Georgia than it has in white counties in Florida.
Author: Chris Arnold
Published: 2021-05-31 03:50 am
Corporate Landlord Evicts Blacks At Higher Rates Than Whites, Research Shows
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A study finds that Pretium Partners, a corporate landlord, has filed four times as many evictions in predominantly Black counties in Georgia than it has in white counties in Florida.

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