Differences in Renter-Homeowner Personal Inflation Rates Reach a Record High
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RESEARCH & INSIGHTS
While both renters and homeowners are still experiencing higher-than-average inflation, the spread between the two has never been wider.
Consumer Confidence Data is Sending Mixed Signals
The Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence Survey dropped for the second consecutive month in November, but underneath is a mixed reality.
What To Know About The Fed’s Next Move
The Fed is geared for another 75 bps rate-hike September, but in the background looms a debate about what they can and should do.
Diplomas and Due Dates are Keeping Americans Out of the Labor Force
There has been a sizable shift in people referencing family responsibilities as their rationale for staying out of the labor market.
How the Labor Market Impacts Tenant Performance
A Chandan Economics analysis of the relationship between Google searches, unemployment insurance (UI) claims, and on-time payment rates.
On-time Rent Payments Have Recovered, But Lower-Income Households Still Lag Behind.
The timeliness of rent payments has steadily improved from pandemic-related stress, but performance varies among income groups.
Gateway Markets Show Signs of A Rebound
A significant laggard at the beginning of the pandemic, independent landlords in Gateway markets (New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco,...
New Census Data Show Population in Sun Belt Continues to Boom
New Census Data Shows Population in Sun Belt Continues to Boom
COVID Relief 2.0: Analysis, Reaction, and the Path Ahead
After months of gridlock, Washington approved and passed a new $900B COVID-relief bill in law in December. Despite its delay, the new...
On the Sideline: Long-Term Unemployment During COVID Continues to Rise
As the U.S. enters a troubling new phase in the battle against COVID, the road to getting life and the economy back to normal feels just as
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