By AZRE | AZ Big Media Applications for Arizona’s Rental Property Owner Preservation Fund, providing assistance to rental property owners across the state who are facing a
AZRE | AZBigMedia State capitals are not just dull administrative hubs. At least not anymore. In fact, some state capitals boast outstanding rent-to-income ratios, very
REALTOR Magazine Oakland, Calif., is vying to be the first city in the state to prohibit landlords from turning away potential renters who fail a
KTAR Phoenix saw the second-highest growth in renters ages 60 and older among the nation’s 30 largest cities, according to an apartment rental website.
AZBigMedia Renters’ living habits changed over time, as did the floor plans of rental apartments. The average size of a new apartment completed in
MFE Ever wondered how a typical renter spends their day? ApartmentList’s Rentonomics took the results of the American Time Use Survey and used the
By Catherine Reagor | The Republic Renters looking to move into one of metro Phoenix’s new, deluxe apartments could be in for a pleasant surprise. Many
Renters’ desire for personalization and less stress, integration of AI and IoT into apartment infrastructure, concentration of 35+ age groups will drive multifamily in next
By Rebekah L. Sanders | The Republic Renters across Arizona could lose their apartment security deposits under a bill speeding towards approval in the state Legislature, housing advocates say.
By Catherine Reagor | The Republic Ask many metro Phoenix renters, and you’ll hear the same complaint: The cost of leasing the roof over their heads
By Balazs Szekely | Rent Cafe Blog Key takeaways The population of almost a quarter of the 100 largest US cities has changed from homeowner- to renter-majority between 2006 and 2016
KTAR If you are thinking of renting an apartment or a home, one Phoenix-area city might be the best place for you. Scottsdale was ranked
Diana Olick | CNBC Mortgage rates are near record lows, employment is improving and rents are pricey. So why aren’t more renters taking the plunge into
By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal Apartment vacancies across Phoenix are at their lowest in two decades and rents increased a record amount during
By Allison Walker | Scottsdale Independent When Deanna Peters brought her petition to Scottsdale City Council earlier this month, she hoped revising a city ordinance
By Adrian Skabelund | AZ Daily Sun Changes to city zoning code designed to incentivize affordable housing and sustainable building may be on the way.
By Jodie Newell | Pinal Central CASA GRANDE — Diners can look forward to some new restaurants expected to open in early 2024. New franchises from Rally’s and
By Kevin Stone | KTAR PHOENIX – After years of planning, construction on the International Dark Sky Discovery Center in Fountain Hills is set to start in March 2024. “We are so over-the-top happy,” Joe Bill,