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Since 2021, apartment demand had been at record levels as people left cities for suburbs; however, in more recent months, there has been a sudden...

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Inflation came in lower than expected, rising 7.8% year-over-year, seasonally adjusted. This was the lowest rate of increase since January.

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Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH), Chair of the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, sent a letter to Lina Khan, Chair of the Federal...

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Here are the election’s key takeaways as of the morning of Wednesday, November 9, 2022 – and what they mean for the rental housing industry.

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Check out this month’s Minute Advocate where NAA’s AVP of Housing Policy and Regulatory Affairs, Nicole Upano, will digest the latest advocacy news...

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Once again, the latest inflation figures were greater than consensus forecasts, with headline CPI increasing 8.2% year-over-year on a seasonally...

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The single-family home rental business has been around for years. Lately, it has been gaining momentum as institutional players and multifamily...

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Check out this month’s Minute Advocate where NAA’s SVP of Government Affairs Greg Brown will digest the latest advocacy news in just around a minute.

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Resident retention remains a high priority, and these five incentives can help earn renewals.

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Rental rates and for-sale home prices continued to climb during Q2 but at a slower pace than previous record-breaking quarters.

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Inflation ran higher than the consensus forecast, which called for a slight monthly decline in headline CPI and a 0.3% increase in core CPI.

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Check out this month’s Minute Advocate where NAA’s SVP of Government Affairs Greg Brown will digest the latest advocacy news in just around a minute.

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