Rental Market Analysis

Looking to better understand your rental market or a potential location for your next investment property? The following articles will help you determine what rents are going for in selected markets and what to be prepared for when investing in an unfamiliar area.

How to Price Your Rental in the Large Primary Market of Los Angeles

Here are pointers on how to price your rental in Los Angeles, following a proven process that applies to any large primary market.

How to Price Your Rental in a Tertiary Market – Cleveland

You can find profitable investment opportunities in tertiary markets. Here are 6 tips for evaluating rent in a tertiary market.

How to Price Your Rental in a Mid-Size Secondary Market – Atlanta

We've been digging into different rental markets to show how local knowledge and neighborhood comparables are key drivers to price your rental

State City Rent Comparisons - Denver vs. Colorado Springs

In our first state/city comparison let's explore which area see better returns for the rental property investor – Denver or Colorado Springs?

State City Rent Comparisons - Philadelphia vs. Pittsburgh

Philadelphia and Pittsburgh are the state's two largest metropolitan areas and active rental markets. What is the rent trend in these markets?

Rental Comparisons for Cities within Texas - Houston vs. Dallas vs. Austin

The saying “Everything is bigger in Texas,” while colloquial, applies as do a rental comparison in the second-largest state in the U.S.

Q1 Market Update: Rental Rates in 4 Top Metro Areas

Looking at rental rates from the Q1 market update, indications signal ongoing recovery this year as housing sales and prices continue to increase.

Rental Comparisons for Cities in Washington- Seattle Vs. Tacoma

Let's look at rent in Seattle and Tacoma head to head. We'll check out current rent rates and ROI for investors in Seattle and Tacoma.

How to Price Your Rental in a Small, Secondary Market

The market classification for your rental property is important as you set rental rate. In a primary market and secondary market rates vary.