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Apartment rent trends may have hit a new stride. The Apartment List national rent index increased by .7% month-over-month in February, the largest monthly increase since June 2019. The increase also represents the second consecutive month of rent growth, a possible turn in the downward trend in rates catalyzed by the pandemic. Considering historic rent…


Apartment rents have fallen in the Twin Cities since the COVID-19 pandemic took hold of the United States nearly a year ago. But the good news? While median multifamily rents are down or mostly flat in the Twin Cities today, they haven’t plummeted. And the future looks brighter for the local apartment market. That’s the…


LOS ANGELES (CNS) – The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority today urged property owners to sign up for the LeaseUp program, which matches landlords with people experiencing homelessness, with rent guaranteed by the government. The program is funded by LAHSA and Los Angeles County, and since its launch in November, it has grown to a…


Thirty-two Frisco residents have filed a petition to sue the owners of the Cortland at Stonebriar apartment complex in the wake of a fire that was announced “put out” after over 36 hours last week. A fire at the apartment complex, located in the 9000 block of Gaylord Parkway, was called in at 1:12 a.m. Feb….


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After a week without running water, residents of the Villas Del Solamar Apartments in Dallas say they finally got water back on Wednesday. Since last week, many in the Dallas’ Vickery Meadows Neighborhood have been without water service. “It’s ridiculous, it’s sad, it’s so sad,” said April Collins, who lives at Villas Del Solamar. “I…


As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout Isla Vista, many students have continued hosting large gatherings and parties, ignoring county health ordinances. To the community’s dismay, party hosts have gone largely unpunished. In response, students have complained about the lack of accountability placed on neighbors who continue to host large gatherings while putting the community at…


The reality that tens of thousands of New Yorkers haven’t been able to make rent during the pandemic has been one of the biggest stories of the past year. Less attention has been paid to the flip side of the housing equation: the thousands of small landlords who have had their finances fractured by a…


At the beginning of the pandemic, most sectors in real estate were anxious to see how COVID-19 would affect business. One sector in particular that was closely monitored was student housing. Off-campus housing property owners and managers not only had to comply with each states’ guidelines, but also had to adapt accordingly to colleges and…


DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Busted pipes. Pluming problems. Flooding. Last week’s winter storms left many North Texas renters with extensive damage and, in some cases, unlivable conditions. Many are left wondering what to do next and what their options are. She thought she was out of the woods and a three-day power outage was over. “I finally…

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