“Budhoo had maxed his credit cards, applied for a secondary loan on his 2015 Mercedes-Benz, defaulted on $13,000 in property taxes, and started taking medication for panic attacks and stomach ulcers. ‘Final collection notice,’ read one of the bills that had been delivered to his own front door, and he’d begun mowing people’s lawns and selling eggplants out of his garden to neighbors for a couple dollars each.” Sure, tenants have had it rough during the pandemic. But so have landlords. Eli Saslow in WaPo: The battle for 1042 Cutler Street. “As landlords and tenants go broke across the U.S., the next crisis point of the pandemic approaches.”