Evictions Jump After Ban Ends, But Tsunami Fails to Materialize in Chicago, Cook County: Data

The number of residential and commercial evictions in Chicago and Cook County were 32% lower in October 2021 than in October 2019, according to data provided by the office of Cook County Chief Judge Tim Evans. October was the first full month with no restrictions on enforcing eviction judgements in...

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DaisyCutter312
DaisyCutter312
198 · 4 days ago · Reddit

Wait, are you trying to tell me that every landlord in Chicago ISN'T a mustache-twirling cartoon villain?

WP_Grid
WP_Grid
43 · 4 days ago · Reddit

The number of residential and commercial evictions in Chicago and Cook County were 32% lower in October 2021 than in October 2019, according to data provided by the office of Cook County Chief Judge Tim Evans. October was the first full month with no restrictions on enforcing eviction judgements in Illinois

But I thought your landlord wants to evict you....

Windycitymayhem
Windycitymayhem
12 · 3 days ago · Reddit

There’s no space in shelters. There’s no accurate count of people living with family and or friends.

I do know there’s been a BIG jump in McKinney Vento participants in CPS and surrounding school districts. So I don’t believe that there hasn’t been an influx of homelessness because it’s incredibly hard to find an apartment right now.

errorclerical
errorclerical
12 · 3 days ago · Reddit

I wonder if the courts are so clogged that it makes sense to do cash for keys anyway.