WASHINGTON, D.C. (December 12, 2018) — Following President Donald J. Trump’s announcement of intent to nominate Dr. Mark A. Calabria to be Director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, National Rental Home Council (NRHC) Executive Director Diane Tomb issued the following statement: “We congratulate Dr. Calabria on his upcoming nomination to lead the Federal Housing … Continued
A decade ago, when the U.S. housing market collapsed and millions of homes went into foreclosure, a new class of real estate investors was born. Large-scale, institutional firms began buying up tens of thousands of properties. They rehabbed them and put them up for rent. Some said it was a short-term play; they’d sell the … Continued
As September rolls along, the NRHC is marking National Month for Renters by working to spread awareness and share information about the importance of renters to the American housing economy. Here are a few facts you might not know about renting in America: More than one in three Americans is a renter: Over the past … Continued
The beginning of September marks the kickoff of the second annual National Month for Renters. NRHC executive director Diane Tomb has authored a piece published in the September issue of HousingWire Magazine about how renting is compatible with the American Dream. Diane writes in the piece: This September, as we recognize the second annual National … Continued
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, August 7, 2018 – IMN’s Single Family Rental Investment Forum, the leading industry conference for the single family rental (SFR) community, today announced the line-up for its CEO panel, put together with the assistance of association partner the National Rental Home Council (NRHC). Information Management Network (IMN), the leading … Continued
NRHC Executive Director Diane Tomb authored a piece for the May issue of HousingWire Magazine about the growth of the single-family rental market and the benefits NRHC members provide to their residents. Single-family rental homes have long been an important piece of the housing economy and in recent years have taken on new importance. Following … Continued
Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley’s Terner Center for Housing Innovation released a study on Wednesday examining the renters of single-family homes. This blog post introducing the study is cross-posted from the Terner Center’s website. Tenants living in single-family homes in the United States represent the fastest growing segment in the housing market today, … Continued
Dallas-based Invitation Homes has become the largest institutional owner of single-family rental houses in the country, including about 2,000 in North Texas. While it’s a niche that’s stayed mostly under the radar, renting out single-family homes became a lucrative new class of investment following the Great Recession. Read more.
The hottest rentals around aren’t necessarily those gleaming high-rises with doormen and valets, Olympic-size pools, climbing walls, and happy hour. Instead, single-family homes are seeing the biggest spike in popularity. Read more.