Prices aren't coming down, wages for many aren't catching up and rent is deeply unaffordable. But policymakers say everything is going great.
A growing movement is pressuring the government to regulate rents on buildings where developers received federal loans.
A new report from the New York City Community Land Initiative found that only 21.6% of units built by for-profit developers on public land are affordable.
Tenants Are Suing Landlords for Allegedly Price-Fixing Rents with Software and the Feds Could Get Involved
The DOJ has requested to participate in a lawsuit by tenants alleging that landlords colluded using RealPage software to artificially inflate rents.
Peter's behind on his mortgage and he's probably not going to get caught up.
According to the latest numbers, rent increases are driving overall inflation numbers even as other sectors cool.
The nation's 50 largest metro areas have millions of homes that aren't being used. There are under 500,000 unhoused individuals in the entire country.
From fake relationships to stalking letting agents.
Maybe the solution to this rental crisis is literally just not paying rent.
The HAFF bill lays foundations for more social and affordable homes in Australia. But will it help?
“When applying, I used my ex's very Flemish, aristocratic-sounding name.”
“What was going on 40 years ago? Ronald Reagan was president, milk cost $1.35, gas was 96 cents a gallon,” State Senator Zellnor Myrie said.