One of the country's biggest landlords, the $975 billion investment firm has primarily increased efforts to evict tenants in Georgia and Florida.
Data from Princeton's Eviction Lab, which monitors 32 cities and nine states, shows that more than 9,300 eviction cases were filed in the first week of January, compared with just over 7,700 cases filed during a week at the end of December.
The Private Equity Stakeholder Project's research found another 104 eviction filings in Clark County, Nevada, home to Las Vegas, as well as 125 cases in Maricopa County, Arizona, where Phoenix is.
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