[:en]A Stunning $441 Billion Paid in Rent[:es]Un impresionante pago de $441 mil millones en alquiler[:]

[:en]A recently released study revealed that a whopping $441 Billion was spent on rents in the U.S. in 2014. This represents an increase of over $20 Billion from the year before. As shown on the chart below, rents have increased consistently over the last 20+ years.

Median Rents Since 1988 | Simplifying The Market

However, the recent increases have been astounding.

Why such a jump?

Many Millennials have postponed the purchase of their first home while waiting for the economy to recover. This has increased demand and dramatically lowered vacancy rates. In a recent article on the MarketWatch, economics reporter Ruth Mantell explains:

“Landlords have ramped up rents by the fastest pace in six years, with national vacancy rates the lowest in two decades.”

Zillow Chief Economist Stan Humphries let us know that increases will continue:

“Another increase in total rent paid similar to that seen this year isn’t out of the question. In fact, it’s probable.”

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A Stunning $441 Billion Paid in Rent | Keeping Current Matters

Un estudio recientemente publicado reveló que una enorme cantidad de $441 mil millones se gastó en alquileres en los Estados Unidos en 2014. Esto representa un aumento de más de $20 mil millones desde el año anterior. Como se muestra en la gráfica siguiente, los alquileres han aumentado constantemente en los últimos 20 años.

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Sin embargo, el aumento reciente ha sido sorprendente.

¿Por qué tal salto?

Muchos “millennials” has aplazado la compra de su primera casa mientras esperan que la economía se recupere. Esto ha aumentado la demanda y la reducción drástica de la tasa de vacantes. En un artículo reciente en MarketWatch, el periodista sobre economía Ruth Mantell Explico:

“Los arrendadores han aumentado los alquileres al ritmo más rápido en seis años, con las tasas de vacantes nacionales en lo más bajo en dos décadas”.

El Economista Principal de Zillow Stan Humphries nos dejó saber que ese aumento va a continuar:

“Otro aumento en el total del alquiler pagado similar a lo visto este año no está fuera de discusión, de hecho, es probable”.

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[:en]A Stunning $441 Billion Paid in Rent[:es]Un impresionante pago de $441 mil millones en alquiler[:]



[:en]A recently released study revealed that a whopping $441 Billion was spent on rents in the U.S. in 2014. This represents an increase of over $20 Billion from the year before. As shown on the chart below, rents have increased consistently over the last 20+ years. However, the recent increases have been astounding. Why such ...

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[:en]A Stunning $441 Billion Paid in Rent[:es]Un impresionante pago de $441 mil millones en alquiler[:]



[:en]A recently released study revealed that a whopping $441 Billion was spent on rents in the U.S. in 2014. This represents an increase of over $20 Billion from the year before. As shown on the chart below, rents have increased consistently over the last 20+ years.

Median Rents Since 1988 | Simplifying The Market

However, the recent increases have been astounding.

Why such a jump?

Many Millennials have postponed the purchase of their first home while waiting for the economy to recover. This has increased demand and dramatically lowered vacancy rates. In a recent article on the MarketWatch, economics reporter Ruth Mantell explains:

“Landlords have ramped up rents by the fastest pace in six years, with national vacancy rates the lowest in two decades.”

Zillow Chief Economist Stan Humphries let us know that increases will continue:

“Another increase in total rent paid similar to that seen this year isn't out of the question. In fact, it's probable."

[:es]

A Stunning $441 Billion Paid in Rent | Keeping Current Matters

Un estudio recientemente publicado reveló que una enorme cantidad de $441 mil millones se gastó en alquileres en los Estados Unidos en 2014. Esto representa un aumento de más de $20 mil millones desde el año anterior. Como se muestra en la gráfica siguiente, los alquileres han aumentado constantemente en los últimos 20 años.

blog1815SP

Sin embargo, el aumento reciente ha sido sorprendente.

¿Por qué tal salto?

Muchos “millennials” has aplazado la compra de su primera casa mientras esperan que la economía se recupere. Esto ha aumentado la demanda y la reducción drástica de la tasa de vacantes. En un artículo reciente en MarketWatch, el periodista sobre economía Ruth Mantell Explico:

“Los arrendadores han aumentado los alquileres al ritmo más rápido en seis años, con las tasas de vacantes nacionales en lo más bajo en dos décadas”.

El Economista Principal de Zillow Stan Humphries nos dejó saber que ese aumento va a continuar:

“Otro aumento en el total del alquiler pagado similar a lo visto este año no está fuera de discusión, de hecho, es probable”.

[:]

[:en]A Stunning $441 Billion Paid in Rent[:es]Un impresionante pago de $441 mil millones en alquiler[:]



[:en]A recently released study revealed that a whopping $441 Billion was spent on rents in the U.S. in 2014. This represents an increase of over $20 Billion from the year before. As shown on the chart below, rents have increased consistently over the last 20+ years. However, the recent increases have been astounding. Why such ...

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