Consumer Protection Issues For Single-Family Rental Market

Law360 (October 23, 2019, 4:41 PM EDT) -- Over the last 10 years, more and more Americans have declined to purchase homes and chosen to rent instead.[1] The demand for single-family rental homes first surged after the housing crisis and has not waned, with many viewing renting as a way to get the house they want, while retaining some flexibility in their budgets.

Historically, single-family rental homes were owned by landlords responsible for one or a few properties. With rental demand growing and with certain incentives from the federal government, institutional investors have become increasingly focused on this asset class. Many private equity firms and other investors have founded...

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