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Major housing trends that impact low-income communities include the rise of “proptech” (property technology), the digital management of the real estate industry, which manifests in digital applicant screening services, targeted advertising, new surveillance systems, and a booming short-term rental market. This section describes the trends impacting tenants, as well as issues around housing court record confidentiality.

🏷️ Tenant Screening

🏷️ Surveillance

🏷️ Ad Discrimination

🏷️ Confidentiality of Housing Court Records

🏷️ Short-term Rental Platforms

🏷️ Housing Law Resources

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