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Renter Stigma: Social and Economic Pressure in the Housing Market

By CandysDirt.com Contributor / July 14, 2019 / 0 Comments

By Angelina Bader Apartment List Apartment List surveyed over 5,000 renters and homeowners about their perception of renter stigma. The survey results indicate that nearly 30 percent of Americans believe that there exists a negative social stigma associated with renting. This belief is prevalent among renters and homeowners alike. 34 percent of renters and 28 […]

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Almost 40 Percent of Dallas Apartment Hunters Hail From Elsewhere

By CandysDirt.com Contributor / June 23, 2019 / 0 Comments

By Sania Tran Apartment List According to a new report published by Apartment List, Dallas comes in 11th in the ranking of metropolitan areas that are attracting the most renters from elsewhere. The ranking was determined based on the share of inbound searches coming from outside the metro — 39.4 percent of those looking for […]

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When It Comes to Housing, Dallas-Area Teachers Feel the Crunch

By Bethany Erickson / May 12, 2019 / 0 Comments
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Rents and home prices continue to rise (even with a slight cooling), and much like salaries across the country, the salaries of teachers in Dallas-Fort Worth have not kept pace with those rising housing costs, a new analysis by Apartment List revealed. In DFW, almost 24 percent of primary-earner teachers were burdened by the cost […]

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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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Dallas Super Commuters: Increasing Number of Dallas Residents Make Long Work Commutes

By Sydney Bennet / April 25, 2018 / 0 Comments

Dallas does everything big — including commutes. According to a new Apartment List study, examining commuter data from 2005 and 2016, one in 45 commuters in the Dallas metro are “super commuters,” traveling 90 or more minutes to work each day, and the prevalence of super commuting is on the rise. The share of Dallas […]

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What Does $1,500 Rent You in The Dallas Metro?

By Sydney Bennet / March 6, 2018 / 0 Comments

When searching for a place to call home, most renters start with a price range in mind. Although the importance of staying within your budget is universal, the options available at different price points vary across the Dallas metro. To illustrate this point, Apartment List crunched the numbers to find out how much space you can get […]

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