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US Rents Fall for Third Straight Month in ‘Sharper’ Pullback

Apartment List data show that costs are starting to let up and may continue to ease in the coming months.

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Realtor.com Expects Softer Home Price Growth

Apartment rents across the US dropped in November by the most in at least five years, a sign that a key cost tracked by the Federal Reserve could be easing up.

A national index of rents fell by 1%, the third straight month-over-month decline and the steepest drop in data going back to 2017, Apartment List said in a blog post Tuesday.