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The nationwide shortage of new homes lifted selling prices at their fastest-ever rate earlier this year. Now rent prices are following suit.
The cost of renting a single-family home in the US rose 4.3% year-over-year in March, CoreLogic said in a Tuesday release. That’s up from 3% in March 2020 and places rents at their highest level since September 2006.
Phoenix and Tucson led the increase, with prices rising 11.4% and 10.4%, respectively. Atlanta, Las Vegas, and Charlotte followed close behind. Prices for higher-priced homes jumped 5% and drove the bulk of the acceleration. Lower-priced details ⇒
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