Most Renters Believe They Can Stay Where They Are

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May 18, 2017

A recent survey from Zillow found that 83 percent of renters nationwide said they feel confident that they can stay in their current homes for as long as they want.

Rent prices have increased over the last several years, which has prompted fears that renters may get priced out of their neighborhoods.

According to the survey, 80 percent of low-income renters are confident that they can stay put, compared to 82 percent of median-income and 88 percent of high-income renters.

There are some differences across income groups. For instance, lower-income renters in Los Angeles, San Jose and Dallas said they felt the least secure in their homes.

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