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About 34 percent of U.S. adults still rent apartments, according to research from the National Multifamily Housing Council. That’s a big swath of the country, and explains why the multifamily sector remains so strong. But here’s an important question: Are these renters happy with their apartment units? That’s the question Rent.com ponders in its 2019 Apartment…


Question. Josh from NE Georgia writes: Hi Brian. Enjoy reading your articles. I’m almost 60. I have 30 houses that are now all paid off. They are all rented, bringing in an average $650.00 per month. I rent, collect, evict, do maintenance, everything. I’m the property manager. I’m slowing down and getting tired. What are my…


Legislation recently passed or pending in many states is making them more tenant-friendly and less landlord-friendly, according to some new research by RentCafe. With Oregon passing a first-in-the nation rent-control bill, and Washington State considering extending the amount of time before a landlord can evict a tenant, it is clear landlord-tenant laws are evolving in many…


BRATTLEBORO, Vt. (AP) — For one local property owner, having to deal with the scourge of drugs in his neighborhood is just part of doing business. “There is opportunity to go along with the problems,” said Josh Dillingham, who owns two rental properties in Brattleboro and one in Hinsdale, New Hampshire. One of those properties is…


2018’s proposed multifamily and rental housing legislation left the industry relatively unscathed by the end of the year. Despite a few challenges, things are looking up. As we see what 2019 has in store for new laws affecting rental properties, owners, and property management companies, make sure you are in compliance with these notable 2018…


Utah lawmakers are close to passing legislation penalizing renters for lying about owning an emotional support animal, according to reports. The lawmakers say the legislation is for the benefit of both landlords and people with legitimate disabilities, but disability groups say the legislation could be intimidating to people who legitimately need an emotional-support animal in…


Thanks to tightened inventory, housing prices have been on the rise across the country. In some states, prices are hitting levels not seen since before the financial crisis, according to a study from GOBankingRates. In many states, home values have overtaken growth in home prices. The lower cost of living in some states can also…


Property managers and landlords often go above and beyond, taking care of tenants when unforeseen circumstances occur or needs must be met despite short timelines or budgets. Still, it is important for property managers to take in new ideas within their industry — including the increasing influence of social media and online review sites — as well as continuing the meet the…


A resident walking her mother’s dog, an assistance animal, to a common area was fined $100 by a condo association and the U.S. Department of Housing And Urban Development (HUD) has filed a discrimination charge, according to a release. Specifically, HUD’s charge alleges that the condo association only allowed the resident, who is sight and hearing…


SACRAMENTO (KGO) — California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law a bill to encourage transit-oriented development at BART stations. “We can no longer afford to say no to building housing, especially around transit hubs,” Assemblymember David Chiu, chair of the Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee, said in a statement. Assemblymember Timothy S. Grayson of…

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