Rents are higher at new apartment complexes, but landlord are able to find plenty of renters in their price market who can afford them, writes Bloomberg reporter Patrick Clark. The question is where other renters wind up.
Rents are higher at new apartment complexes, but landlord are able to find plenty of renters in their price market who can afford them, writes Bloomberg reporter Patrick Clark. The question is where other renters wind up. N&O file photo
Rents are higher at new apartment complexes, but landlord are able to find plenty of renters in their price market who can afford them, writes Bloomberg reporter Patrick Clark. The question is where other renters wind up. N&O file photo

Is rising rent a myth? For many, incomes seem to be keeping up

April 05, 2018 07:32 PM