A growing number of luxury communities are banning short-term rentals for residents' peace of mind
by Marian McPherson Today 9:57 A.M.
Springfield, Missouri, topped Rent.com's cheapest cities list, with the average rent for a two-bedroom clocking in at $826
by Marian McPherson Mar 1
The company works with real estate agents and property managers to handle all aspects of the leasing process
by Patrick Kearns Feb 25
Increased buyer demand and low interest rates continue to push home values up in all 50 the largest US markets, according to Zillow's latest report
by Marian McPherson Feb 19
The Dever-based company provides landlords with services such as 2 years of guaranteed rent and 24/7 property management to help them achieve 'set it and forget it' mode on rental properties
by Lillian Dickerson Feb 17
High-touch or low-touch, communications between landlords and residents are most valuable when there's a solid relationship backing them
by Lillian Dickerson Feb 16
ECommission's Access service allows agents to devote up to $1,000 of a future commission toward participating products and services
by Andrea V. Brambila Feb 11
The multifamily housing industry has long faced a high turnover rate, but ramping up online trainings and recognizing employee achievements could significantly help, according to a recent survey
Nearly half of couples who decided to move in together last year had been dating less than six months, and 66% of couples said living together during quarantine has improved their relationship
The 2021 Super Bowl has only brought about a 35% increase in demand for short-term rentals compared to a 50% increase seen in 2020 in Miami and a 263% increase seen in 2019 in Atlanta
Vacation rental giant Vacasa identified Big Sky, Montana, as the most lucrative market in which property owners can own a second house. Seven western communities made the list
by Jim Dalrymple II Feb 3
The company is expanding the bounds of its Local Legal Protections tool to help renters combat discrimination based on how they pay rent
by Lillian Dickerson Jan 28
The question has generated a heated discussion in a private Airbnb host Facebook group, but offering a discount to vaccinated guests doesn't violate any law or Airbnb policy
by Lillian Dickerson Jan 26