Renters More Concerned About Utility Bills Than Rising Rents

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November 16, 2016

The latest research from Freddie Mac shows that renters are more worried about rising utility bills than rising rents. Nearly half of the renters surveyed say they’re willing to pay more for rentals that have cost-saving water and energy features. A large majority (88 percent) said that multifamily properties with green energy- and water-saving features would help reduce their utility bills, with 84 percent saying that green properties are generally better places to live.

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