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Tenants to get more eviction protections under California measure

by Erika Beras Sep 13, 2019
In some cases, it would require landlords to pay up to one month’s rent for tenants to relocate.
An eviction notice posted on the front door of a foreclosed property in Jupiter, Florida.
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Who are the super-renters?

by Liz Sanchez and Kai Ryssdal Jun 12, 2019
Meet the "super renters." People in their 20s and 30s who want access to nice stuff without having to buy or own that stuff.
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Why renting is up and homeownership is down in "affordable" Cleveland

by Adrian Ma Jan 3, 2019
The rise of renting in Cleveland offers a glimpse into the region's economy.
A view of downtown Cleveland, Ohio.
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Divided Decade

Divided Decade: How the financial crisis changed housing

by Tommy Andres Dec 17, 2018
Ten years ago the economy broke and changed the way we live.
There are now more renters than homeowners in almost half of major U.S. cities, according to census data from 2006 through 2016. Above, a residential area near Pittsburgh in 2010.
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Divided Decade

The rise of renters

by Amy Scott Oct 16, 2018
We spoke to renters in Denver, Colorado, about the financial barriers to homeownership.
A sign advertising apartments for rent is displayed in front of an apartment complex July 8, 2009 in San Francisco, Calif.
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Divided Decade

The rise of renters

by Amy Scott Oct 16, 2018
We spoke to renters about the financial barriers to homeownership.
A sign advertising apartments for rent is displayed in front of an apartment complex July 8, 2009 in San Francisco, Calif.
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10 years after the Lehman collapse, homeownership barriers spur new rental options

by Victoria Craig Sep 13, 2018
Property developers around the world are capitalizing on "Generation Rent."
Tipi is among several property companies capitalizing on the rent-for-longer issue fueling a pre-existing housing shortage in Britain’s capital. The company is in the process of constructing a large-scale campus with dozens of buildings that will add 7,500 new rental units to the market. This photo from Tipi shows a prospective look at an apartment space.
 
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California will be a battleground for the rent control debate this November

by Aaron Schrank Jul 10, 2018
According to a poll, 60 percent of California voters favor limits on how much landlords can charge.
A "For Rent" sign is seen on a building Hollywood, California, May 11, 2016.
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The basic rules of buying a house

by David Brancaccio and Janet Nguyen Jun 1, 2018
You have to afford more than a mortgage.
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Rent or own? The affordability conundrum

by Mitchell Hartman Jan 12, 2018
“Comparing whether to buy or rent is really picking the lesser of two affordability evils,” says ATTOM Data Solutions' vice president.
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