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The business of renting single-family homes has blossomed in recent years with large players buying swaths of vacant homes and with homebuyers often sitting on the sidelines over the past few years. Fundamentals have been strong, particularly with vacancy rates at low levels. But one hitch could be too much new rental housing development competing…


Sound the controversy bells! Politics, economics, and real estate ahead! Except—wait a second. What is this odd intersection of liberal economic arguments and Trump’s tax proposal? Something strange is afoot. The Trump tax plan would in many ways level the playing field between renters and homeowners, something that liberal economists have been pushing for decades….


SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A California proposed law seeks to protect undocumented immigrants from harassment, at home. Across the state, tenants claim their landlords are threatening them with a call to immigration authorities if they don’t agree to be evicted quietly. Now the Immigrant Tenant Protection Act, making its way to the senate floor, would make…


After nearly a year of fighting with the city over the fate of hundreds of tenants in West Dallas, Khraish Khraish has had a stunning change of heart. Instead of evicting the residents of his small, low rent houses, he will now sell to them. The plan is scheduled to be formally announced Monday morning….


Affordable housing groups are speaking out against President Donald Trump’s proposed budget, which would slash $6.2 billion in funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and eliminate several affordable housing programs. In March, the administration released its preliminary budget proposal, which outlined the 13.2% budget cut. Now, the full budget proposalreleased Tuesday…


In the 10 years since the Great Recession, the process of value-add multifamily investing — buying a property, renovating it, raising rents, then selling for a profit — has completely changed. Markets with strong population growth and healthy job markets have become the epicenter for the new value-add. Putting The Value Back In Value-Add In the…


Do you look good in orange? How about an orange, one-piece jumpsuit? I recently watched the entire first series of “Orange is the New Black” on Netflix, and although it was an entertaining look at life inside prison, it also made me realize how much I really don’t want to end up there. Frankly, I…


As Airbnb continues to jump over regulatory hurdles, the home-sharing giant is working to expand its long-term rental business — which is fraught with hurdles of its own. The major landlords that could really bring credibility to its long-term rentals are the same landlords that, so far, have been the most resistant, Yardi Matrix director of business intelligence Doug Ressler said. Airbnb already has…


With home prices and interest rates rising, many renters feel the American Dream is more out of reach than ever. But that isn’t preventing them from moving to the ’burbs. A new analysis from RentCafé found that the number of suburban renters increased faster over urban renters in 19 out of 20 major U.S. metro…


Some D.C. renters are holding homes hostage for high-dollar payouts and blocking sales by exploiting a decades-old law, the News4 I-Team learned. If you live in a rental that’s going up for sale, you can get a piece of the profit. “I’ve heard payouts as high as $50,000 to $100,000, and that’s for single family…

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