rental market

In California’s ever-shrinking housing market, sleeping pods, bunk beds meet demand for space

In California’s ever-shrinking housing market, sleeping pods, bunk beds meet demand for space

To save money in expensive cities like Los Angeles, renters have long subdivided apartments, willing to sacrifice comfort in order to find a decent...

In California’s ever-shrinking housing market, sleeping pods, bunk beds meet demand for space
Investors set their sights on home rentals in South Florida

Investors set their sights on home rentals in South Florida

Forget building equity over decades and decades. Increasingly, leasing a house over a much shorter span is the norm...

Investors set their sights on home rentals in South Florida
Rental prices are inching up — but there are still plenty of bargains

Rental prices are inching up — but there are still plenty of bargains

Yes, apartment rents are on the rise. But it’s becoming a renter’s market across many U.S. metro areas, where...

Rental prices are inching up — but there are still plenty of bargains
Nationwide overbuilding is causing rents in even the hottest markets to plummet

Nationwide overbuilding is causing rents in even the hottest markets to plummet

Timing is everything. It’s a great time to be renting in America as a glut of new supply is...

Nationwide overbuilding is causing rents in even the hottest markets to plummet
Why long-term renters are buying homes in cities they’ll never live in

Why long-term renters are buying homes in cities they’ll never live in

When buying a house in your own city is too expensive, find another city. The concept is finding traction...

Why long-term renters are buying homes in cities they’ll never live in
Phoenix midtown skyline with a Saguaro Cactus and other desert scenery in the foreground.

Is Phoenix a better place to rent than NYC?

You might be able to rent a two-bedroom apartment in Detroit for $500. But are you getting the most bang for your buck? Not according to WalletHub. The personal finance services company’s “Best and...

Is Phoenix a better place to rent than NYC?
Nestio raises $4.5M from RE heavy hitters

Nestio raises $4.5M from RE heavy hitters

Residential listings startup Nestio has raised $4.5 million from several major New York developers — a sign of their growing desire to invest in the burgeoning real estate tech sector. Investors in the latest...

Nestio raises $4.5M from RE heavy hitters
China starts grand housing experiment in pivot to renting

China starts grand housing experiment in pivot to renting

From TRD NYC: Communist Party leaders in China, where the home ownership rate is nearly 90 percent, are embarking on...

China starts grand housing experiment in pivot to renting
How the Chinese government is trying to breathe life into the rental market

How the Chinese government is trying to breathe life into the rental market

From TRD New York: China is trying to kickstart its rental market with subsidized loans for renters and sweet...

How the Chinese government is trying to breathe life into the rental market
Bad news for the rental market: Millennials have finally started buying homes

Bad news for the rental market: Millennials have finally started buying homes

From TRD New York: Sorry, apartment landlords, but it looks like millennials are interested in settling down and buying...

Bad news for the rental market: Millennials have finally started buying homes
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