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America’s 2020 Rental Market in Review

Rentable (formerly known as ABODO) says most Americans will be happy to have 2020 behind them – especially after dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic for most of the year. Their recent 2020 Rental Market Review says that nationally, rents, on average, went up however some larger metro areas saw steady declines. Their Annual Rent Report drilled-down to take a closer look at the entire year in renting and sought to answer the following questions. Continue reading HERE...

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