Rents hit all-time highs amid job growth and low vacancy rates

Rents hit all-time highs amid job growth and low vacancy rates Now is a good time to buy. You might be surprised at what you can afford! Don't let homeownership pass you by, give me a call today!

Want to rent a house? It’ll cost you $3,114 a month in Orange County

  Want to rent a house? It'll cost you $3,114 a month in Orange County 1 of 1 This Santa Ana house, featured on Zillow, rents for $3,100 a month. House rents are rising faster than apartment rents in Southern California, according to HomeUnion. For years, Southern California apartment rents have been soaring. Now, a … Continue reading Want to rent a house? It’ll cost you $3,114 a month in Orange County

Average rent in Inland Empire above $1,500 for first time, study says

  Average rent in Inland Empire above $1,500 for first time, study says   Construction is underway on an apartment complex at Walnut Street and Hudson Avenue in Pasadena. Southern California’s increasing rental rates are fueled largely by a lack of available homes and apartments. Southern California apartment rents continue to rise, according to a … Continue reading Average rent in Inland Empire above $1,500 for first time, study says

High Rent and More Homeownership in Major Financial Centers

High Rent and More Homeownership in Major Financial Centers http://www.themreport.com/wp-content/themes/jarida-mr/js/html5.js http://www.themreport.com/wp-content/themes/jarida-mr/js/selectivizr-min.js High Rent and More Homeownership in Major Financial Centers - theMReport.com In major financial centers in the U.S. and around the globe, rents for one-bedroom homes tend to be high, with some exceptions. The top three most expensive financial centers in the world are … Continue reading High Rent and More Homeownership in Major Financial Centers

FHFA to increase mortgage limits

FHFA to increase mortgage limits Posted by ft Editorial Staff | Dec 15, 2016 | Finance and Mortgages, Latest Articles, Real Estate News | 0 | The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) recently announced it is increasing maximum conforming loan limits for mortgages acquired by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in 2017. This marks the … Continue reading FHFA to increase mortgage limits

Owning is Cheaper than Renting in Most States

Owning is Cheaper than Renting in Most States Author: Brian Honea in Daily Dose, Data, Headlines, News July 18, 2016 0 The industry has seen the cost of renting skyrocket and mortgage rates fall to near-historic lows over the last several months. The combination of rising rents and rock bottom mortgage rates have made it … Continue reading Owning is Cheaper than Renting in Most States

Here’s Why It Feels Like Rent Is Eating Up Your Entire Paycheck

Here’s Why It Feels Like Rent Is Eating Up Your Entire Paycheck Rents have gone up faster than incomes for decades. Way, way faster. 06/29/2016 05:20 pm ET 270 Kate Abbey-Lambertz National Reporter, The Huffington Post This is the clearest explanation for why more and more people are struggling to afford a place to live: … Continue reading Here’s Why It Feels Like Rent Is Eating Up Your Entire Paycheck

Owners richer, renters hurting?

Decade after housing peaked: Owners richer, renters hurting By Josh Boak, 6/20/16 MOUNT PLEASANT, South Carolina (AP) -- It's a troublesome story playing out across America in the 10 years since the housing bubble peaked and then burst in a ruinous crash: As real estate has climbed back, homeowners are thriving while renters are struggling. … Continue reading Owners richer, renters hurting?

10 Incredible Cities Where Rent Is Incredibly Cheap

10 Incredible Cities Where Rent Is Incredibly Cheap It’s time to make some moves. If you’re looking to move someplace adventurous but aren’t quite ready to settle down and buy a house, then it’s time to choose a great new city where apartment rent happens to be cheap. And whoa, do we have a some … Continue reading 10 Incredible Cities Where Rent Is Incredibly Cheap

Why so many renters aren’t buying homes yet

Why so many renters aren’t buying homes yet By Janna Herron 2/10/16 Why So Many Renters Aren’t Buying Homes Yet There is a simple reason why so many renters aren’t buying into the proverbial American Dream of owning a home: They don’t want to. More than third of non-homeowners surveyed by Bankrate said they don’t … Continue reading Why so many renters aren’t buying homes yet