Archive for the 'renting' Category

Squeezing out the working class through higher rents: 11.3 million Americans spend more than half their income on rent in 2011, a jump of 28 percent from 2007.


The bubble that is California: A flood of rentals in lower priced markets, inventory creeping back up, and investors appetites waning.


The Rental Market SPV: Bring out the memories of CDOs and Special Purpose Vehicles. The start of selling rental income through Wall Street.


How Federal Reserve and banking policy is accelerating income disparity: Financial obligations ratio soars for renters while declining for homeowners. Problem is, we have less homeowners.


Gen Renter: The continuing expansion of renters in the United States. A permanent generational shift.


Landlord nation: Since 2007 the US has added over 2,000,000 renter households while losing 750,000 owner households. Rents rising in spite of falling incomes.


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