Home Prices are Rising. But the Rental Market is Struggling

In this every spooky edition of the weekly digs, We are seeing an interesting trend across the U.S. housing marking during the COVID-19 crisis. U.S. Home prices have been rising at the fastest rate in the past two years, signaling a recovery from last winter. However, the struggling rental market could usher in the next American Housing crisis, as millions of renters cannot pay rent, and the relief bills stall in congress. This and more below the fold.

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