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Low-End Single-Family Rental Prices Trending Higher

Single-family rental home prices have been trending upwards since the Great Recession, and low-end rentals have been increasingly outpacing high-end ones for the past several years. In a new video blog, CoreLogic Principal Economist Molly Boesel explores the factors at play in these trends.

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