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Housing Market Health Indicators

As the twin trends of rising home prices and low inventory continue in many U.S. markets, the latest CoreLogic Market Health Indicator finds that most studied markets are still healthy or have relatively low risk. However, 12 of the 100 ...

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The Single-Family Rental Surge

With skyrocketing home prices, insufficient housing inventory, and crippling student debt, many potential homebuyers simply don’t have the means to save up for a downpayment on a home. For many, that leaves rental as the only option, and a pair ...

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Maintaining Middle-Income Housing Supply

Much of the discussion about housing trends of late has focused on the highs and lows. On the upper end of things, home prices are booming and not likely to come down soon. Unfortunately, that trend, combined with nationwide housing ...

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Millennials Spend Nearly $100,000 on Rent by Age 30

non-owner-occupied

Forty-five percent. That’s the percentage of an average millennial’s income that they’ll spend on rent between the ages of 22 and 30, according to a new study by RENTCafé. That definitely sounds like a lot—as does the $92,600 total amount ...

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Single-Family Rents Up Year-Over-Year

non-owner-occupied

CoreLogic has released its latest Single-Family Rent Index (SFRI), with insights into the month of November 2017. As CoreLogic reports, national single-family rent prices were steadily on the upswing between 2010 and 2017, but with year-over-year rent price growth rate ...

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For Single-Family Rentals, Low Vacancy Rates Mean Rent Growth

CoreLogic has released its February U.S. Economic Outlook, with the spotlight this month turning toward the single-family rental market, and specifically the relationship between vacancy rates and rent price growth. As explained by CoreLogic Chief Economist Dr. Frank Nothaft, single-family ...

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Chicago Tops List of Most Affordable Rental Markets

The Windy City is the most affordable rental housing market in the United States, according to a new report by online real estate and management firm HomeUnion. What’s the most expensive rental market? We’ll give you a hint: it’s in ...

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Homeownership Ticks Down in Fourth Quarter

The homeownership rate dropped 0.1 percentage point to 65.2 percent over the fourth quarter 2013. The rate was 0.2 percentage points lower than the rate recorded in the fourth quarter of 2012, according to the Census Bureau.

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