Build-to-Rent Deals: Navigating the Legal IssuesAugust 14, 2019 – Publications / Mentions
There are not enough homes to rent in America. Higher home costs, increased debt loads and a desire to maintain freedom and flexibility have led the newest wave of house hunters to single-family rentals. Investors are amassing large stocks of single-family homes, once owned by individuals, to cater to this new generation of renters.
Single-family rental is the fastest growing segment of the U.S. housing market. With an estimated 16 million single-family rental homes in the country, the sector currently comprises approximately one-third of all U.S. rental properties and 66 percent of the rural rental market.