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HUD says 1,150 HUD federal rental assistance contracts with property owners were not renewed because of the shutdown. Another 500 agreements will expire at month's end if shutdown continues. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Thousands Face Threat Of Eviction After HUD Contracts Expire Due To Shutdown

The shutdown means many HUD sponsored affordable housing programs are at risk of running out of money. Critics say landlords may not sign up in the future, if the government doesn't pay its bills.

HUD says 1,150 HUD federal rental assistance contracts with property owners were not renewed because of the shutdown. Another 500 agreements will expire at month's end if shutdown continues. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Thousands Face Threat Of Eviction After HUD Contracts Expire Due To Shutdown

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