Rents in the US just keep going up and up

The average rent was up 3.2 percent year-over-year in June. Last month also saw the biggest average rent increase in more than a year

Rents are rising, but the US lacks sufficient middle-income housing

Recent years have been a boon for landlords, and a recession doesn’t appear imminent, but the multifamily housing market does face some challenges.

NY lawmakers agree on comprehensive rent reform

New York State lawmakers agreed Tuesday on a massive overhaul of state rent regulations days before the laws protecting rent-stabilized tenants were set to expire. 

Universal rent control is here: Will it backfire?

Oregon is officially the first state in the U.S. to pass universal rent control for all tenants. Housing economists who spoke with Inman think the legislation, as written, will have either little or adverse impact on tenants and affordability.

Former LA tenants to Airbnb: give us back our homes

A first-of-its-kind lawsuit filed last month in Los Angeles pits four ousted tenants of three formerly rent-controlled apartments against their former landlady and Airbnb. The suit not only seeks to reverse their allegedly illegal ouster, but to highli…

Is unpermitted apartment subject to rent control?

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Bringing long-term tenants up to market rents

In areas without rent control, good business sense comes firstread more

Bringing long-term tenants up to market rents

In areas without rent control, good business sense comes firstread more

Bringing long-term tenants up to market rents

In areas without rent control, good business sense comes firstread more

Winnipeg struggles to satisfy immigrant housing demand

Land prices, rent control shift developers’ priorities away from affordable homesread more