Rental housing is home to more than a third of US households, including a growing number of older and wealthier households. Our biennial America’s Rental Housing report and other publications analyze key trends and issues related to the changing nature of demand; the cost, character, and location of the stock; and the government policies that affect the supply of market-rate and subsidized units.
December 14, 2017
October 26, 2018
A growing number of low-income renters are competing for a shrinking number of low-rent units. This is the basic conclusion of our new analysis of rental markets which compares changes in the rental supply at various rent levels with changes in the number of renter households at various income levels.Read More
Tuesday, April 02, 2019
Housing is a central component of family life and can provide a foundation for family well-being. While we typically think...Read More
Friday, December 14, 2018
After more than a decade of strong growth, the number of renter households in the United States fell in 2017,...Read More