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What Do Runaway Home Prices Mean for the US?

Don Layton • October 6, 2021

On September 28, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), the regulator of Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, and the Federal Home Loan Banks, reported its monthly index of house…
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The Record-Breaking Rental Market

Whitney Airgood-Obrycki • February 1, 2022

There are always surprising and interesting data points that emerge as we work on our reports, but America’s Rental Housing 2022 was stunning in the sheer number of record-…
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The Continuing Decline of Low-Cost Rentals

Alexander Hermann • May 11, 2020

The growth in high-income renters, the nation’s limited housing supply, and the tendency for new construction to be aimed at the top of the market have all contributed to the…
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Our Shrinking Supply of Low-Cost Rental Units

Elizabeth La Jeunesse • August 14, 2018

Between 1990 and 2016, the number of rental units in the U.S. priced below $800 per month (in real terms) shrank by nearly 2.5 million. However, over the same period, the…
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Low-Cost Rental Housing Increasingly Difficult to Find

Elizabeth La Jeunesse • January 3, 2018

While rental markets are cooling nationally, market conditions remain extremely tight at the low end of the market, offering little relief to affordability pressures faced by…