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New York City Faces Escalating Housing Crisis as Thousands Fall Behind on Rent

The New York City Housing Authority collected its lowest share of rent payments on record in 2022, and as housing costs continue to soar, the agency faces a dire financial crisis

Build to Rent

Built-For-Rent Market Expected to Ease in 2023, but Another Boom Is Likely in 2024, Experts Say

The built-for-rent (BFR) market grew exponentially throughout the pandemic, but as demand cools amid fears of a 2023 recession, BFR developers are pulling back


After Peaking in Early 2022, Rents Are Falling the Fastest in These Popular Metro Areas

Rents fell for the third month in a row to close out 2022, but while some metros are cooling, others are still posting steady gains


What a 2023 Housing Recession Could Mean for Rental Prices

For the past two years, rental costs have skyrocketed to new highs in popular metros across the U.S. Could a housing recession bring them back to earth?


Renting Is Still Cheaper Than Buying in Most Metros, but the Affordability Gap Is Shrinking

Renters are still saving more than homeowners when it comes to monthly housing costs, but in some metro areas, the gap between rental prices and mortgage payments is shrinking

Housing Markets

Rent Prices Are Falling in These Overheated U.S. Metros—Are More to Follow in 2023?

Sun Belt markets were red-hot during the mid-pandemic Great Migration, but as renters return to bigger metros, prices in these popular housing destinations are beginning to fall 

Build to Rent

As For-Sale Prices Reach New Highs, Demand for Build-To-Rent Communities Is on the Rise

Build-to-rent (BTR) communities offer renters the luxury of single-family residency without the added costs of homeownership, making them a desirable alternative for priced-out buyers

Build to Rent

Differentiating BTR From For-Sale Home Design

When it comes to functional design, build-to-rent (BTR) homes require a few key amenities and features that buyers won't find in most for-sale properties 

Housing Markets

Rent Growth Is Slowing in These Costly U.S. Cities

After a fast run-up in asking rents throughout the pandemic, tenants are finding much-needed price relief in these high-cost cities

Housing Markets

Asking Rents Are Slowing Nationwide, and These Metros Are Seeing the Biggest Corrections

After nearly a year of double-digit growth, asking rents are falling across the U.S., and these metros are the first to see big changes 

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