GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Eviction Appearance Timeline Statistics

The average time from receiving an eviction notice to appearing in court is typically around 4-6 weeks.

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"Landlords in California typically need to provide at least a 3-day notice to pay rent or quit before initiating an eviction lawsuit."

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"In Florida, after the notice period ends, landlords can file for an eviction that typically takes about 30 days."

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"In Ohio, the eviction process can conclude within four weeks from the initial filing."

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"In Illinois, landlords must wait 30 days after serving an eviction notice before they can proceed to court."

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"In Massachusetts, the eviction process can range from one month to two months from filing to judgment."

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"The U.S. Census Bureau’s Household Pulse Survey found that around 8 million households were behind on rent in 2021."

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"In Maryland, the District Court handles eviction cases, and the process usually takes about 1 to 2 months."

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"According to the Eviction Lab, the average eviction timeline in the United States is about three weeks to three months."

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"In Washington, D.C., the process can take up to 2 to 4 months, considering all legal protections for tenants."

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"The COVID-19 pandemic led to moratoriums that affected eviction timelines, leading to delays in standard proceedings."

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"Approximately 1 in 40 renter households faced an eviction judgment in 2016."

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"Eviction rates are significantly higher in communities of color, with Black renters facing disproportionately high eviction rates nationwide."

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"In New York City, the eviction process requires a minimum of two court appearances, starting with an initial hearing and followed by a trial if the issue is not resolved."

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"Data from the National Low-Income Housing Coalition indicates that millions of renters are at risk of eviction each year."

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"On average, tenants have about five days to respond to an eviction notice in most states."

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"In Arizona, it takes approximately 10-30 days from giving notice to the final eviction."

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"Legal representation significantly affects the eviction outcome, with tenants winning 67% of cases when represented compared to 34% who represent themselves."

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"In Texas, the eviction process can take approximately 20 to 30 days from the notice to vacate to the actual eviction date."

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"An estimated 3.6 million eviction cases were filed in U.S. courts in 2018."

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"The average eviction process in the U.S. can take anywhere from several weeks to a few months, depending on the state and specific circumstances."

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