Open/Close Menu
Your Rental Housing Solution
Home · Property Management · Latest News

San Francisco is the most expensive city in the United States to rent an apartment, according to Zumper. Prospective tenants hunting in San Francisco will need extremely deep pockets with the median rental price for a one-bedroom apartment running to $3,330 per month. People searching for a larger place with two bedrooms in the Bay…


NEW YORK CITY – The Obama administration has banned smoking in NYCHA residences and public housing developments nationwide. The Department of Housing and Urban Development’s new rule mandates that NYCHA and approximately 3,100 other public housing agencies implement smoke-free policies over the next 18 months, HUD Secretary Julián Castro announced in Boston on Wednesday. Castro noted that childhood…


Dec. 03–As Seattle grows into a larger and denser city, urban renters are giving up a long-held luxury: the apartment-building parking space. It’s now common for buildings to open completely free of parking in a city where, not long ago, the average renter was guaranteed spots for one or two cars. In downtown and areas…


A new report suggests that, contrary to long-held beliefs and popular assumptions, low-income housing doesn’t decrease the property value of nearby homes, buildings, and offices. Conducted by Trulia, the study focused on the 20 most expensive metro areas of the United States, cities that have a need for additional affordable housing but often face significant…


Millennials who don’t have their hearts set on home ownership quite yet may be looking to rent for just a little while longer, and many may be settling into a multi-family dwelling. So what are these consumers looking for in an apartment? To find out, Schlage recently polled 1,000 U.S. renters in multi-family dwellings. Their findings…


The Seattle Housing Authority manages 10,000 Section 8 housing vouchers and remains the largest program in the county. But a new report from The Seattle Times shows that the city’s high housing costs are forcing a large number of voucher holders to transfer out of the city. Funded by the US Department of Housing and Urban…


New York City housing and finance officials will notify 3,000 landlords this week that they will lose a lucrative property tax break unless they follow procedures aimed at limiting rent increases. The move, which would primarily affect owners of smaller buildings, marks a sharp departure from a previous policy of giving away the benefit without…


It’s no secret that newly built apartments in urban areas are commanding high rents. But newly released numbers from MPF Research show just how costly new construction apartment units are compared to older, less desirable stock. According to the firm, the most expensive Class-A apartment units — mostly located in newer buildings in the center…


California once again dominates the list of rent-growth leaders for the coming year, with more than half of the top markets, but it may come as a slight surprise to some. Oakland tops the list, with San Francisco and San Jose still in the top 10. Oakland’s rent-growth pace has slowed significantly recently, and San…


Holiday specials aren’t limited to flat-screen TVs. The overpriced Manhattan real-estate scene has left some homes lingering on the market for more than four years, prompting huge price cuts that make them ripe for the picking, according to experts and stats compiled for The Post. “Historically, we are now in the midst of the fastest…

Page 1 of 1991 2 3 199
Copyright © 2004 - 2016 AAOA.com. All Rights Reserved.