U.S. annual rent growth was 2.8% in December, with expensive metro areas again leading the gains.
U.S. annual single-family rent growth remained at less than 3% in November, but that rate is generally in line with numbers recorded before the pandemic.
U.S. single-family rent growth continued to decelerate in October, but tenants are still feeling the budget pressure.
In September, U.S. rental costs were up by 2.6% year over year, the lowest growth rate recorded in about three years.
While annual U.S. single-family rent increases continued to relax in August, tenants are still feeling the long-term pinch.
U.S. annual single-family rent growth declined for the 15th straight month in July.
Although U.S. rent growth continued to ease year over year in June, it remains near its long-term, pre-pandemic level.
U.S. single-family rent growth dropped to 3.4% in May, with Chicago posting the nation's largest gain.
Although annual single-family rent growth dropped for the 12th straight month in April, costs are still up substantially since early 2020.
Annual U.S. rental cost growth continued to slow in March, with two Western metro areas posting declines.
All tracked U.S. metro areas saw single-digit annual rental price growth in February, ranging from 7.8% to 0.3%.