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One can postulate that this is a problem without proof because, as yet, no pilot program has been large enough to trigger this phenomenon.

It's not unreasonable to hypothesize that, when every landlord knows that every applicant for a lease has at least $2K a month (making up a number here) to spend, that lease rates will increase to move that money from the renter to the landlord.

I'm a fan of the UBI concept. However, I've not seen any real attempt to address this, quite likely, outcome.