Apartment Rentals are Evolving to High Levels



A recent analysis report issued by Morningstar Credit Ratings sheds insights about developments and trends in the multi-family (mostly apartments) segment of residential housing. The highlighted information focuses on

Washington D.C. lawmakers say they can’t afford to rent an apartment



The cost of renting an apartment in Washington D.C. is so high that some congressional lawmakers claim they’re being forced to sleep in their offices in Capitol Hill as they can’t afford to rent a place of their own

Marijuana might be legal in your state, but illegal in your own home



While marijuana has become legal for both medicinal and recreational purposes in many U.S. states, many landlords and homeowners associations are proving to be less forward-thinking, insisting on banning usage and growing of the plant in the properties they control.

Millennials Opting for Apartments



Those who constitute as millennials differ but according to Census bureau, it is those born between 1982 and 2002, though most prefer to place the cut off age at 2000.

Home rentals growing faster than apartments



Construction of apartments in the multifamily home sector has really taken off over the last decade, but single-family homes were still the fastest-growing type of rental

Manhattan’s luxury real estate market slides



Manhattan luxury real estate sales fell by 25 percent in the first quarter of this year compared to the same period one year ago. The decline was put

Trends In Modern Residency



Many fail to realize that when it comes to apartments, you can either choose to rent or to own. Whichever best suits your finances is the most advisable option.

Top Ten Markets to Rent to Millennials



When it comes to the rental market, everyone can agree upon one thing—Millennials are vital. Currently, Millennials are the main component in rental tenants as they seek new methods of housing that require less commitment than buying

San Francisco to spend $44M on affordable housing for teachers



San Francisco is working to provide more affordable housing to the city’s teachers, after a report warned that many are struggling to be able to pay their mortgages and rents

Developers hedging their bets on ‘tiny apartments’ for 20-somethings



Builders are betting on the appeal of so-called “Tiny Apartments” among the twenty-something crowd, and have begun ramping up construction of the smaller studio apartments

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