Rental rates have hit an all-time high over the last year, taking up a massive 3.86% of the gross domestic product in the first quarter of 2017. With increased demand for apartments and a lean supply in most rental markets, being a landlord might be great -- but being a renter might be tough.
When it comes to renting an apartment, price and location come in at the top of the list of considerations for most renters. But how do you know you’re getting the most bang for your buck? Using our apartment data,…
We ain’t afraid of no ghosts … but we are afraid of abandoned calls and long wait times. So we looked at Apartment Guide data to find out the best times of day to call apartment communities – the hours when your wait time is likely to be short and you're least likely to hang up before someone answers the phone.
Our data shows new renters are rolling into the smoking hot states of Colorado and Washington. Why? We have our theories ... but for now, let's just say those renters are living the high life.
RentPath Acquires Lovely Acquisition Positions RentPath to Continue to Revolutionize the Rental Industry ATLANTA and SAN FRANCISCO (April 2, 2014) - RentPath, the premier vertical search company for apartment and home renters, announced today that it has acquired Lovely (www.livelovely.com),…
Planning on living in an apartment for a few more years? You’re not alone – particularly if you live in the oldest city in South Carolina.
By Steve Harper and Elizabeth Beasley, Apartment Guide contributor Renting -- while never really out of style -- is trendy again! The National Association of Home Builders predicts that a preference for renting among young people is driving the building of many more new apartment buildings in the next couple of years. The state of the housing market, among other factors, seems to be leading more people to choose renting in the near future. Are you ready for a reality check on the state of renting?
Pop quiz: On average, where in the United States will you find the highest rent prices for small apartments? Hint: It’s not New York, Los Angeles, Chicago or San Francisco.
As Americans move around the country looking for new jobs and greater quality of life, they’ll see apartment rents going up in many U.S. cities. Higher demand and lack of inventory contribute to this rental growth. If you are an apartment renter, it’s wise to keep an eye on prices. Which cities will see rent increases in 2014? These ten top the list, according to Reis Inc. and also shared by apartment industry insiders Multifamily Executive.