Colorful cafe bars at the iconic Beale Street music and entertainment district of downtown Memphis, Tennessee. benedek | iStock | Getty Images Despite broad hikes in rental prices, competition is easing in some U.S. markets as inventory grows, according to a new report from national real estate brokerage HouseCanary. At
Jennifer Hyman, Rent the Runway Scott Mlyn | CNBC As some shoppers think twice about purchases, Rent the Runway is getting a bump. The fashion rental and subscription company on Wednesday reported stronger quarterly revenue that beat expectations and raised its financial outlook for the year as customers opted to
Pedestrians walk in front of the Twitter Inc. headquarters in San Francisco, California. David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images In an effort to cut costs following Elon Musk’s chaotic $44 billion acquisition of Twitter, the social media company has stopped paying rent, according to a report from The
According to Homebuyer.com, Iowa is the cheapest state to buy a house in right now. The Good Brigade | Digitalvision | Getty Images With mortgage rates rising, more people may be asking themselves the age old question: rent or buy? These decisions are particularly pertinent amid bubble-like housing prices, making
Peloton (PTON): The company announced co-founders John Foley and Hisao Kushi are leaving the company as part of a wider executive shakeup, sending shares lower in after-hours trading. Former CEO John Foley stepped down as executive chairman of the board while Hisao Kushi resigned as Chief Legal Officer, effective Monday.
Los Angeles Ron_Thomas | Getty Images As rising interest rates and surging property values prevent more families from buying a home, the demand for rentals has soared, with the highest rent prices in the sunniest states. Rent prices for single family homes swelled during the first half of 2022, hitting
A Chelsea Tower rental apartments billboard. Jeff Greenberg | Getty Images The average monthly rent for a Manhattan apartment surpassed $5,000 for the first time — and brokers say demand and prices are headed even higher into the fall. The average apartment rent in June was $5,058, the highest on