As the total apartment size has decreased throughout the past 10 years, so has the amount of living space per renter in the Bay Area and across the country, according to a new study from RentCafe. Read More
A new study looks at what neighborhoods saw the most apartment construction in the last five years in San Jose, San Francisco and other big cities across the nation.
American suburbs have been demographically reshaped in the past decade – according to Census data. Between 2010 and 2019, the number of suburban renters grew by 22%, which drove 103 suburbs in the nation’s largest metros to flip to a renter-majority population, according to a new report from RENTCafé . Read More
Despite the pandemic and the high cost of lumber, the Bay Area is seeing increases in apartment construction this year in both the San Francisco and San Jose metro areas, where a combined total of 13,000 new units are expected to enter the market, according to a new report from RENTCafé . Read More
A new report from RENTCafé looking at 2.5 million rental applications in 2021 shows renting activity is back to pre-pandemic levels and interest in big city apartments is surging. Read More
A new report from RENTCafé shows apartment construction across the country is starting to mirror the downward trend following the 2008 financial crisis.
A new report from RentCafe shows people who live in apartments in San Francisco and Fremont have limited space as Bay Area residents are being asked to shelter in place through May. Read More
Bay Area rents were still up in March, but the 2.3% year-over-year increase showed a decline in comparison to last year, according to a new report from RentCafe. Read More