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There’s a great disparity in apartment rent growth between major metros and secondary markets, and the caliber of recent supply is to blame. U.S. rent growth has slowed for four consecutive months, with markets like San Francisco, New York and San Jose cooling the most. There is enough demand to absorb current supply, Yardi Matrix…


Architects, interior designers and builders give a sneak peek into the upcoming design features renters will want this year. Orlando, Fla.—The apartment market in 2017 is poised to be as competitive as ever with a growing supply and anticipated struggle for high occupancy levels. So how do multifamily developers and owners set their property apart…


Traditional marketing for property managers dictates that all you have to do is place an ad in a newspaper or local magazine to get noticed. While that may still be effective for a smaller segment of the population, increasingly rental building owners and operators know that capturing and keeping the attention of the emerging rental…


RentRedi was developed to help landlords and renters alike. Making Renting Easy is our goal. RENTREDI – Available today, the RentRedi app makes renting easier by giving landlords the information they need from a prospective renter, without jumping through extra hoops. With RentRedi, landlords simply ask potential renters to download and complete the RentRedi mobile app….


Last year’s US rental market proved to be full of surprises as some hot markets underperformed, while others saw record demand for housing. But perhaps the most surprising trend uncovered by a new report from online search portal RentCafe was that in six major US cities, renters paid the equivalent of nearly 13 months worth…


On a chilly December afternoon in Atlanta, a judge told Reiton Allen that he had seven days to leave his house or the marshals would kick his belongings to the curb. In the packed courtroom, the truck driver, his beard flecked with gray, stood up, cast his eyes downward and clutched his black baseball cap….


Forget Big Brother. The landlord is watching you. Landlords are increasingly using video surveillance in housing court cases over rent-regulated apartments, most commonly to investigate tenants who say the valuable unit is their primary residence, but may live elsewhere, the Wall Street Journal reported. Bradley Silverbush, a senior litigator at Rosenberg & Estis, said he…


Like many high-end New York apartment buildings, the new Solaire development in Lower Manhattan offers complementary access to a full gym and a 24-hour concierge. What’s different about its amenities is in the parking lot: Residents can avail themselves of a fleet of BMWs, including four i3s, the elegant new electric vehicle. The exclusive service,…


SEATTLE, WA – The total value of the U.S. housing stock grew to a record-high $29.6 trillion in 2016, according to a new Zillow analysis. The housing market saw a strong year of appreciation, growing 5.7 percent in value, or $1.6 trillion. The U.S. housing market has regained all the value lost during the housing…


The U.S. housing market improved over the course of 2016. Home purchases are up, foreclosure activity is down, and in a vote of confidence for the U.S. economy, the Federal Reserve announced last year it would hike its benchmark interest rate. Owning a home — for those who can afford the down payment — continues…

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