Wall Street has purchased hundreds of thousands single-family homes since the Great Recession. Here’s what that means for rental prices

Econ & Housing

In this articleINVHTCN-CAFollow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNTInstitutional investors may control 40% of U.S. single-family rental homes by 2030, according to MetLife Investment Management. And a group of Washington, D.C., lawmakers believe that Wall Street needs to back away from the market. “What we’re saying is don’t have private equity buying up single -family homes,”…

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