A report finds renters of color are paying an average of $294 more than white renters due to a series of disparities in the rental process.
It’s no secret that the American housing market has shifted dramatically since the onset of the pandemic. Amid what was initially a buying boom, there was a temporary reduction in rents, especially in large cities seeking to prevent a mass exodus. Two years later, we are witnessing today!
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