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Build to Rent

Site Planning to Make Your Build-to-Rent Community Stand Out

Creative site planning can make a tangible difference when it comes to winning more than your share of the build-to-rent market

Demographics

Who's Driving Rental Demand Now

The number of renter households headed by Millennials peaked and is now declining. What will the rental landscape look like with Gen Z?

Build to Rent

Single-Family Build-to-Rent Construction Levels Off

Despite the flat readings for Q3 2022, NAHB anticipates the SFBTR market will expand in coming quarters as a result of mortgage interest rates remaining high

Affordability

Renters Catch a Break as Asking Rents Dip Slightly in September

Renting is still the more affordable option in the majority of U.S. cities, especially as asking rents begin to drop down from record highs

Build to Rent

Rents Drop for the Fifth Month in a Row

With more rental inventory on the market, rents in the 50 largest metros have been declining for the past five months—a trend that's anticipated to continue

Build to Rent

Asking Rents Stabilize as Apartment Construction Increases

An increase in apartment construction has led to more stable year-over-year rental prices in 2023

Build to Rent

Why the Boom in Rental Apartment Construction Isn't Helping Affordability

A rental apartment construction boom isn't enough to resolve the growing affordability crisis, especially when most of those units are high-end and aren't located where housing is most needed

Housing Markets

Renting Still More Affordable Than Buying in Most US Metros

In all but three of the nation's 50 largest metro areas, renting remains more cost-effective than buying a home

Housing Markets

Rents Fall the Most in These Former Pandemic Hotspots

Rental prices are falling the most in these previously red-hot metro areas

Affordability

DC Renters Increasingly Struggle to Cover Housing Costs

A rising number of households in Washington, D.C., are spending at least half of their income on rent, making them “severely housing cost burdened”

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