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  • Zumper: Here are the amenities that renters want the most

    Find out what renters really want from property managers
    As national rent prices begin to slow in appreciation, rental affordability is growing amongst the nation's renters. This could lead to increased competition amongst property managers as more renters take to the market. So, what’s the best way to attract renters? Zumper says it’s simple – amenities.
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  • Zumper: Dwindling supply, job migration driving up San Francisco rents to all-time high

    Median monthly rent in the Bay Area for a 1-bedroom unit is now $3,700
    In the Bay Area, rent for a one-bedroom unit just reached a record high of $3,700, according to apartment search site Zumper. "As we get into the spring months and the beginning of the hot moving season, we only expect this number to continue to rise," Zumper said in its report.
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  • Zumper: The American dream of homeownership fades

    33% of survey respondents no longer think the American dream involves homeownership
    This year, navigating the landscape of American housing has proved to be rocky for both renters and homeowners. As 2018 comes to an end, Zumper, a rental listing site, has revealed for many Americans, the dream of homeownership is fading. Here's why.
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  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez struggles to afford rent, like most Millennials

    Millennials spend more than 45% of their income on rent before age 30
    Nationwide, renters are struggling to navigate affordability, especially Millennials who on average spend more than 45% of their income on rent before the age of 30. So, it shouldn’t be surprising when a Millennial voices concern about rental affordability, right? But what if that Millennial is a newly elected member of the House of Representatives?
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  • Real estate listings site Zumper raises $46 million to build instant rental feature

    Plans “Book Now” platform with funding from Axel Springer, Blackstone
    As mellohome CEO Chris Heller recently noted, there’s a race afoot to be the dominant player offering a true one-stop-shop for homebuying. There appears to be a similar sprint happening on the rental side of the business as well. Case in point, rental listings site Zumper is preparing to roll out its own end-to-end platform that will allow renters to instantly rent an apartment or a home through its site.
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  • Facebook set to add millions of new real estate listings as push into real estate continues

    Partnering with Rental Beast to add to its rental listing cache
    Facebook is expanding its presence in the rental market, again. Last November, Facebook partnered with Zumper and Apartment List to add rental listings to Facebook Marketplace. Now, a little under a year later, Facebook is at it again, this time with Rental Beast, a listing platform that provides millions of rental listings.
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  • The state of the multifamily market in three top 10 lists

    New York, Dallas-Fort Worth, and Los Angeles exhibit big-time lending and building activity
    The data on Q1 2018 keeps rolling in, and it can be a little overwhelming. Here is a round up of three top 10 lists that sum up what you need to know about the state of the national multifamily market by the numbers.
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  • Here are the top 10 most expensive rental markets in the U.S.

    California is far and away the most expensive state to rent in
    Three of the top five most expensive rental markets in the nation are in California. San Francisco holds the top spot as the nation’s priciest multifamily market exhibiting rent growth of 1.2% in its one-bedroom price to $3,440. San Jose came in third at 2,500 for a one-bedroom, and Los Angeles tied with Boston for fourth place at $2,300 for a one-bedroom.
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