Puget Sound Business Journal: Fueled By Zillow Technology, Seattle Nonprofit Connects People In Need To Housing

For people who have been evicted, finding housing can be extremely difficult.

Among some 1,200 King County households that were evicted in 2017, only about 12% found another home to move into and most of the rest ended up on the streets or in shelters. This is according to a study by the city of Seattle Women’s Commission and the Housing Justice Project of the King County Bar Association.

View full article in Puget Sound Business Journal.

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