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Chair of the Federal Reserve of the United States Jerome Powell (Photo Illustration by Steven Dilakian for The Real Deal with Getty)

Recession fears curb rental demand in US

Hopes that the Fed’s attempts to tamp down inflation won’t trigger a recession are looking like a pipe dream. Renters have noticed. Nationally, apartment demand plummeted in the third quarter, a period that’s historically...

Recession fears curb rental demand in US
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Rents fall nationally for first time in 9 months

Ten bucks is a small amount, but it was big news in the rental market last month. The median...

Rents fall nationally for first time in 9 months
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Rent-flation: Housing powers increase in cost of living

Rising residential rents contributed to high inflation in August as real estate investors have increasingly looked toward multifamily buildings...

Rent-flation: Housing powers increase in cost of living
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“Sexual clauses” in leases not uncommon, lawyer says

Gross misconduct by skeevy landlords is likely worse than most would think, according to one lawyer. Sheryl Ring, who...

“Sexual clauses” in leases not uncommon, lawyer says
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Landlords backing off big rent hikes

Through the winter and spring, rent hikes on Covid-era lease renewals soared as high as 50 percent as New York landlords cashed in on strong demand and low availability. Those price bumps — largely...

Landlords backing off big rent hikes
 Rental Market, Rents, Zumper, National, Mortgage Rates, Housing Market, Home Prices

First signs of rent frenzy ending

After months of soaring rents, firms tracking national apartment prices say national rent growth has slowed, an early sign of a cooling market. A recent report by rental platform Apartment List showed that in...

First signs of rent frenzy ending
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Bidding wars proliferate in rental market

Bidding wars for rentals are not new to New York City, where they have been increasingly common in recent months. But now other cities are seeing similar surges in competitions once left to home...

Bidding wars proliferate in rental market
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