[:en]Rents Still Skyrocketing[:es]Los alquileres aún están aumentando exorbitantemente[:]

Rents Still Skyrocketing | Simplifying The Market
[:en]Zillow recently revealed that the 43 million renter households in the US spent $535 billion on rent in 2015. Aggregate numbers like these often make it difficult to truly assess a situation. For more clarity, we want to share some points that were made in a Wall Street Journal article earlier this month.

The article made two important points:

1. Rents are increasing faster than the last several years:

 “Apartment rents increased faster last year than at any time since 2007.”

2. Rent increases are accelerating

“Another report from Axiometrics Inc., a Dallas-based apartment research company, showed that rents increased 4.7% in the fourth quarter compared with the same quarter a year earlier, the strongest year-end performance since 2005”.

Here is a graph to illustrate the rate of increase over the last several years:

Average Effective Rent in the US | Keeping Current Matters[:es]Zillow recientemente reveló que los 43 millones de hogares de arrendatarios en los Estados Unidos gastaron $535 miles de millones en alquiler en 2015. Números agregados como estos a menudo hacen difícil evaluar verdaderamente la situación. Para mayor claridad, queremos compartir algunos puntos que se hicieron en un artículo del Wall Street Journal a comienzos de este mes.

El articulo dio dos puntos importantes:

1. Los alquileres están aumentando más rápido que en los últimos años:

“El alquiler de los apartamentos aumento más rápido el año pasado que en cualquier momento desde 2007”.

2. El incremento en el alquiler se está acelerando

“Otro informe de Axiometrics Inc. Una compañía de investigación de Dallas, mostro que los alquileres aumentaron 4.7 % en el cuarto trimestre comparado con el mismo trimestre del año anterior, El año con mayor resultado desde 2005”.

Aquí hay una gráfica que ilustra el ritmo del aumento durante los últimos años:

Promedio del alquiler valido en USA | Keeping Current Matters[:]

[:en]Rents Still Skyrocketing[:es]Los alquileres aún están aumentando exorbitantemente[:]

Rents Still Skyrocketing | Simplifying The Market

[:en]Zillow recently revealed that the 43 million renter households in the US spent $535 billion on rent in 2015. Aggregate numbers like these often make it difficult to truly assess a situation. For more clarity, we want to share some points that were made in a Wall Street Journal article earlier this month. The article ...

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[:en]Rents Still Skyrocketing[:es]Los alquileres aún están aumentando exorbitantemente[:]

Rents Still Skyrocketing | Simplifying The Market

[:en]Zillow recently revealed that the 43 million renter households in the US spent $535 billion on rent in 2015. Aggregate numbers like these often make it difficult to truly assess a situation. For more clarity, we want to share some points that were made in a Wall Street Journal article earlier this month.

The article made two important points:

1. Rents are increasing faster than the last several years:

 “Apartment rents increased faster last year than at any time since 2007.”

2. Rent increases are accelerating

“Another report from Axiometrics Inc., a Dallas-based apartment research company, showed that rents increased 4.7% in the fourth quarter compared with the same quarter a year earlier, the strongest year-end performance since 2005”.

Here is a graph to illustrate the rate of increase over the last several years:

Average Effective Rent in the US | Keeping Current Matters[:es]Zillow recientemente reveló que los 43 millones de hogares de arrendatarios en los Estados Unidos gastaron $535 miles de millones en alquiler en 2015. Números agregados como estos a menudo hacen difícil evaluar verdaderamente la situación. Para mayor claridad, queremos compartir algunos puntos que se hicieron en un artículo del Wall Street Journal a comienzos de este mes.

El articulo dio dos puntos importantes:

1. Los alquileres están aumentando más rápido que en los últimos años:

“El alquiler de los apartamentos aumento más rápido el año pasado que en cualquier momento desde 2007”.

2. El incremento en el alquiler se está acelerando

“Otro informe de Axiometrics Inc. Una compañía de investigación de Dallas, mostro que los alquileres aumentaron 4.7 % en el cuarto trimestre comparado con el mismo trimestre del año anterior, El año con mayor resultado desde 2005”.

Aquí hay una gráfica que ilustra el ritmo del aumento durante los últimos años:

Promedio del alquiler valido en USA | Keeping Current Matters[:]

[:en]Rents Still Skyrocketing[:es]Los alquileres aún están aumentando exorbitantemente[:]

Rents Still Skyrocketing | Simplifying The Market

[:en]Zillow recently revealed that the 43 million renter households in the US spent $535 billion on rent in 2015. Aggregate numbers like these often make it difficult to truly assess a situation. For more clarity, we want to share some points that were made in a Wall Street Journal article earlier this month. The article ...

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