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amp;nbsp;The party-throwing renter was charged with disorderly conduct.
Nearly half of apartment renters (47 percent) indicate they receive at least three packages per month, ranging from high value objects to perishables to oversized or heavy objects.
The NMHC reports that 50% of renters are under the age of 30.
With the country in the middle of an affordability crisis, it is important for renters to understand how much they can save if they renew their lease instead of finding a new rental.
Redneck Property's founders Albert Bode and Trent Barden will become a part of the Renters Warehouse family, while continuing to run the new Oklahoma office, adding over 400 properties to Renters Warehouse's growing numbers.
We will continue to monitor the sentiment of renters closely," said David Brickman, executive vice president of Freddie Mac Multifamily, "but for now it appears renter concerns about household finances and rising rents may be stimulating less interest in buying a home and more on renting one with cost-saving features.
These results are based on more than 5,000 combined interviews from Gallup's 2013-2016 Economy and Personal Finance surveys, including 3,606 homeowners and 1,294 renters.
We also give brochures for property managers to distribute to their renters to remind them to buy coverage.
After analyzing income, rental and housing sale data, the Seattle-based company determined mortgages remain significantly more affordable than rents in many markets, but added many renters could not save mortgage down payments because of their high rents.
renters pay more than 30 percent or more of their income on rent, up an astonishing 12 percentage points from a decade earlier," according to a press release.
Calling security deposit complaints from renters a nationwide problem, Renter Nation COO Steve Crawford cited surveys recently conducted by Tenants Together, California's statewide renters' rights group.
Tenants, especially first-time renters, need to realize that going without renter's insurance is a big risk, as rental units are burglarized 50 percent more often than owner-occupied properties.