Rents have fallen on an annual basis for the first time in 6 years



Rents declined nationwide on an annual basis for the first time in more than six years.
The median U.S. rent is $1,440, according

Experts call on landlords to refrain from increasing rents



The reduced number of rental vacancies available, combined with strong demand for such properties, could tempt landlords to increase their rents even more. However, housing experts are advising landlords against doing so, saying that any further hikes would overburden tenants, many of whom are already struggling to keep up with the costs. The largest landlord […]

RentCafe reveals the most expensive – and most affordable – ZIP codes for renters



Rental listings and news site RentCafe has just released the 2018 edition of its Top 50 Most Expensive ZIP Codes for Renters report,

Almost one third of U.S. households “cost-burdended” due to rising home prices



The number of “cost-burdened” Americans who’re struggling due to housing costs has risen to almost 14 million households within the last 30 years.

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

Freddie Mac entices landlords to keep their properties affordable



Freddie Mac is launching a new initiative that will see it provide low-cost loans to owners of multifamily properties in order to help them keep their rents affordable for middle class families

Rental price growth accelerates as New Year beckons



After growing at a relatively slow pace for much of the 2017, rental prices have started to tick back up again, driven mainly by an increase in single-family rental prices, according to the November Zillow Real Estate Market Report.

Rising rents lead to growth in homeless population, Zillow study finds



Rising rents in the nation’s booming urban areas are creating crisis levels of homelessness that will continue or even accelerate as rents rise

Manhattan rents reach record high as desirability booms



Rents in downtown New York hit a record high last May according to data from the CBRE Group brokerage, due to the construction of a new tower at the World Trade Center and firm’s migration to a revitalized Lower Manhattan area.

Rents are Falling Now What



There is a sky-high limit to housing prices. And we may be close or have exceeded the limit. Rents have spiraled higher for years

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