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Southern California’s housing market is expensive, both in absolute terms and relative to its household incomes. This creates potential problems in two dimensions: it discourages businesses, who must pay higher wages to attract and retain talent, from growing, and it makes it difficult for workers in low-pay occupations from remaining. The University of Southern California…


Oregon is getting national attention for becoming the first state to pass legislation that eliminates exclusive single-family zoning in much of the state. But it could be many years before the landmark legislation has a major effect — if it ever does. Housing experts on both sides of the fight over House Bill 2001 say market forces and…


If you own or manage rental properties, your ideal tenant is likely a young, gainfully employed person who plans to rent long-term. Luckily for you, this dream occupant comprises one of the largest renting demographics: millennials. According to Pew Research Center, 74% of them are renters. And given that the same study states that they’re also…


If you asked me to sum up the availability of equity in today’s multifamily marketplace in one word, the one that comes to mind is: plentiful. But don’t take just my word for it. In the National Multifamily Housing Council’s most recent quarterly survey of its members about the state of the apartment market—which was conducted and…


Home renovation has become a very popular pastime for homeowners. The popularity of shows on HGTV has exploded over the last few years, inspiring people to tackle do-it-yourself projects and use terms such as “rustic” and “farmhouse style” to describe their new looks. Updating your home can give it a totally different feel and is…


When you invest time and money into a property, getting the best possible return on your investment is the main goal. This might mean opting for a short-term rental instead of a long-term rental or vice versa. Short-term rentals are becoming very popular as an alternative to pricey hotels in vacation destinations or high-tourism areas….


D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine is suing a local real estate and property management company over claims that it discriminated against renters with housing vouchers and refused to accept payments from the city’s rapid re-housing program. Advertisements for Southeast D.C. apartments run by Maryland-based Curtis Investment Group included the language “**NOT ACCEPTING VOUCHERS AT THIS…


The number of affordable housing units in the fastest-growing cities across the US declined from 2010 to 2017, according to new research from Freddie Mac Multifamily. The 10 fastest growing metros saw the number of units affordable to very low-income residents dropped by over a third. These top 10 cities have an average population growth…


The assistance animal is not a pet according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). There are only two questions that HUD says a housing provider should consider with a request for an assistance animal as a reasonable accommodation: Does the person seeking to use and live with the animal have a…


Managing a property is a great way to make income, but it’s also possible to make costly mistakes or end up with a bad tenant you can’t easily get rid of. With the right tech resources, though, you can avoid most of these issues and make a smooth start as a landlord. Online screening tools…

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