Rents

Some Landlords Practice Compassion as 24 Percent of Americans Can’t Pay April Housing Costs

By Joanna England / April 14, 2020 / 4 Comments

With jobless claims at record levels, the obvious concern for a broad swath of America is what to do when the rent or mortgage is due. Unfortunately, because of such overwhelming unemployment rates, nearly a quarter of Americans couldn’t make a full housing payment in the month of April. Luckily in Dallas, many landlords are […]

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Apartment Rents Up Slightly in Dallas, But Still Lower Than National Average

By Candy's Dirt / May 9, 2019 / 0 Comments
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Apartment rents in Dallas have increased slightly, but the city is still a relative bargain compared to other spots in North Texas, a recent analysis revealed. Rents in Dallas have increased 0.5 percent from April to May, and are up 1.6 percent year-over-year, Apartment List said in its May rent report. The median two-bedroom rent […]

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Arlington Ranks Fourth in Nation for Five-Year Rent Growth

By Candy's Dirt / March 9, 2019 / 0 Comments

A study of apartment rent growth over a five year period yielded what may be startling results to some — Arlington was in the top five cities in the nation when it came to rental increases in a five year period. The report, which was released by ApartmentList.com, found that rents in Arlington are up 28.4 […]

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Rents Are Higher in North Texas Suburbs, Exburbs

By Candy's Dirt / February 9, 2019 / 0 Comments

Dallas proper posted moderate rent increases, but it was the area suburbs and exburbs that saw the biggest apartment rents in 2018, RentCafe revealed in a recent report. Flower Mound posted the highest rent at $1,526 (despite only having a minimal increase of 0.1 percent), higher than Farmers Branch and Frisco with average rents of […]

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