Strong Demand Pushes Up New York City Rents, According to StreetEasy

If you live anywhere other than New York City and think you pay a lot in rent, read on. This story may actually make you feel better.

Ahead of peak rental season, apartment shoppers can expect to see slightly higher rent prices than last year, particularly in areas with lower…

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How Tax Cuts Can Boost the Housing Market

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act enacted at the end of last year could result in tens of billions of dollars being reinvested into the housing market, according to the Zillow Housing Aspirations Report.

This is despite the fact that legislation expressly limited a number of longstanding tax benefits for…

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Generation Z Will Pay $226,000 in Rent in their Lifetime, According to HotPads

Generation Z can expect to spend $226,000 on inflation-adjusted rent in their lifetime — about $24,000 more than millennials and $77,000 more than baby boomers, according to a new analysis  from rental search platform HotPads.

HotPads analyzed U.S. government data and HotPads rental data to determine…

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More Millennials Are Living with Mom

More millennials age 24-36 live with their moms than at any time in the past decade, according to the latest analysis from online real estate company Zillow.

Nearly a quarter of U.S. millennials are living at home with their mom, which translates to about 12 million young adults…

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