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L.A. homebuyers are teaming up. Where does that leave renters?

by Anna Scott Feb 27, 2019
Los Angeles has one of the country’s most expensive housing markets, leading buyers to band together with others to split the cost of a property. This developing trend helps to cut prices for some, but also has a downside.
Pedestrians walk past new apartments in Los Angeles, California. 
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More Americans are writing their rental checks for single-family homes

by Kimberly Adams May 12, 2017
Corporate landlords bought up properties during the housing crisis. It's worked out well for them.
During the housing crisis, investors with cash snapped up tens of thousands of distressed properties  and converted them to rentals.
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Philadelphia: the largest city to legalize Airbnb

by Gigi Douban Jul 3, 2015
Just in time for the Democratic National Convention ... and the pope.

What's pushing family homelessness to record levels?

by Annie Baxter Mar 2, 2015
High rents and a housing subsidy shortage are pushing families into homelessness.

Apartment shortage is forcing up rents

by Adam Allington Dec 22, 2014
Investors who bought rental properties find they can now raise rents.
Not a sign of the times, in Centreville, Virginia. 
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A new financial innovation in the housing market

by Molly Wood Oct 13, 2014
Innovation in housing finance is making it easier and more profitable to rent.

How rising rents, falling incomes crush communities

by , and Jun 30, 2014
The long tail of the recession still wreaks havoc on renters' real estate market.

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