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Category: Rental Housing

Important Trend: Renters Want to Move

September 27, 2022

Gearing up for the Big Move of Renters 2021 and the pandemic had its big renter migration event, and wouldn't you know it's continuing, but in a different form in 2022/2023? What's driving it this time is the cost of living, and soon, employment.  If employment levels weaken in 2023, many renters could decide to…

Tenants Growing Battle with Electric Bills

August 30, 2022

Is the Rising Cost of Electricity a Threat? It's difficult to ignore the challenge of rising energy costs here in the US, nor elsewhere. Rising rents, food prices, taxes, transportation, and heating costs are reducing tenant's disposable income to zero. The net outcome is difficulty for tenants paying their bills, and for landlords, some possible…

Texas Rental Market

August 30, 2022

Texas Housing Market 2022 According to the latest housing market report from Redfin, from July, home prices in Texas rose 11.9% YoY. Home sales slumped 18.4% while the number of homes for sale went in the opposite direction, rising 18.7%. The price of a home for sale across the state rose 11.9% to $371,900 over…

Realtor.com Report Shows Renting is Far More Affordable

Renting Looking Like the Wisest Choice A new report from Realtor.com adds some intrigue to a housing market where buyers struggle with the decision of buying a home vs renting. They found that in June, according to their stats, the the US median rental price hit an all time high of $1876 per month. However,…

Rising Rates and the Rental Market

How Will Rising Rates Affect the Rental Market? Property managers, landlords, property investors and renters are all wondering what effect if any, rising interest rates will have on rent prices. A recent report from LaSalle Investment Management and Realpage using Census data shows a correlation between interest rates and inflation. They often occur together. It's…

Great Rental Experiences

How to Create the Best Rental Experience Possible The rental property business is looking very bright for 2022. Supply is tight and the economy will recover.  And as the last vestiges of the lingering pandemic disappear, renters may look for fresh accommodations whether the current living situation is stale or not. Renters have been cooped…

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