So the US had a one-time $1200 stimulus and $600/[CNBC] As the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic continues, almost one-third of U.S. households, 32%, have not made their full housing payments for July yet, according to a [URL='https://www.apartmentlist.com/research/july-housing-payments']survey by Apartment List[/url], an online rental platform.
About 19% of Americans made no housing payment at all during the first week of the month, and 13% paid only a portion of their rent or mortgage. That's the fourth month in a row that a "historically high" number of households were unable to pay their housing bill on time and in full, up from 30% in June and 31% in May. Renters, low-income and younger households were most likely to miss their payments, Apartment List found.
Moreover, a lot of eviction court hearings are online, and if you can't make rent, how good are the chances that you're paying for internets? Unless Congress puts a federal moratorium on evictions (the bare minimum they could do to help; their constituents deserve more than that!), this has the potential of turning really nasty.