The 21 Metros Where Renters Outnumber Owners
ABODO examines why some U.S. cities have a renter majority, and others don’t.
High-Cost Cities Have More NIMBY Renters
Even when they support added housing, renters don’t want it nearby.
Homeownership Rate Still Has Room to Bottom Out
Data suggest it will increase again—but not to pre-recession highs.
Roommate-Renter Households Up 2.9% Annually Since the Recession
"Nonfamily" living arrangement totaled nearly half of all renter households in 2015.
Lopsided Housing Rebound Leaves Millions Out in the Cold
WSJ: Rising home prices, rent growth are disenfranchising a generation of Americans.
Affordability Problems Hamper Housing Recovery
Harvard: Record number of renters are cost-burdened.
Millennials Still Struggling to Get Mortgages
Credit is the top barrier to entry for young, would-be home buyers.
To Buy or Not to Buy?
The cost of renting has outpaced the cost of buying a home in many of the nation's 100 largest metros, according to a recent study by Trulia. Here are some of the top-line takeaways of the report.