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NRHC’s David Howard calls for housing relief to keep renters in their homes and local economies alive.
Congress’ $2 trillion relief package is a strong first step towards restarting an economy devastated by COVID-19. Unfortunately, millions of Americans who rent their homes still need help.
National Rental Home Council Members Respond to Tennessee Tornadoes
In the aftermath of the recent Tennessee tornadoes, the National Rental Home Council (NRHC) shared the following update on the preparedness and response efforts undertaken by member companies, owners and operators of single-family rental homes, and the vendors and service providers that support our industry.
Myths and Realities About the Single-Family Rental Home Industry
In recent years, the explosive growth of the single-family rental home market has attracted widespread attention from the public, the media, and policymakers alike.
NRHC Leadership Team meets with HUD Secretary Ben Carson
On Wednesday, February 26, 2020, Dallas Tanner, CEO, Invitation Homes and David Howard, Executive Director, NRHC, met with HUD Secretary Ben Carson to discuss the state of the SFR industry, and HUD’s role in SFR and the overall housing market.
D Magazine; How Invitation Homes Grew out Of Dallas To Become a National Leader in Rental Homes
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.
WRAL Techwire; Startup profile: Finding success through providing cleaner air conveniently at FilterEasy
By Taylor Street. RALEIGH – FilterEasy, an automated air filter delivery company, is removing the hassle from homeowners when it comes to air filters and corresponding maintenance.
CoStar Group; Altisource Residential Acquires 1,957 Rental Homes from Amherst Holdings
By Mark Heschmeyer. Altisource Residential Corp. (NYSE:RESI) acquired 1,957 single family rental properties from Amherst Holdings for $305.1 million or about $155,900/home.