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3 reasons renting is a complete nightmare right now

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The pandemic unchained Americans from their office desks and sent rental vacancies in big cities like New York and San Francisco climbing. In an attempt to curb the free fall, a record share of landlords slashed rent prices and offered concessions like months off rent and waived application fees to lure tenants back in.

But good luck finding those concessions — or vacancies — now.

Average national monthly rent surpassed $1,500 in June for the first time, according to a new release from the National Apartment Association. Occupancy is also at 96.5%, the details ⇒

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