Baby boomers, like millennials, are flocking to rentals offering a ‘hands-free’ lifestyle

Source: Ollie Russ Chung once lived in a sizable Midwest home, but he recently downsized to a luxury one-bedroom rental in Midtown Manhattan just blocks from Central Park. Now, rather than mowing a lawn, the 60-year-old higher education administrator spends his free time visiting museums and taking in New York’s other cultural offerings. “As you … More Baby boomers, like millennials, are flocking to rentals offering a ‘hands-free’ lifestyle

Apartment dwellers seek affordable rents

http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/news/apartment-dwellers-seek-affordable-rents/article_84ecea80-7778-5356-9d12-878feec7ac05.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=email&utm_campaign=user-share Apartment dwellers seek affordable rents Atlantic City mother sacrifices to make rent Press of Atlantic City ATLANTIC CITY — Toni Wilson, the mother of four children ranging in age from 15 to 3, moved from Egg Harbor Township to Atlantic City to save $100 on her monthly rent. Working part-time as a cocktail waitress … More Apartment dwellers seek affordable rents

The Biggest Game Changers in Renting Are Older, Highly-Educated Renters, and 2.5 Million Stronger

The Biggest Game Changers in Renting Are Older, Highly-Educated Renters, and 2.5 Million Stronger October 17, 2017 8 Min Read 119 SHARES FacebookTwitterPinterestReddit Have you noticed how different renting is today from one or two decades ago? I think most of us would agree that renters were usually people in their 20s, renting mostly bare-bones … More The Biggest Game Changers in Renting Are Older, Highly-Educated Renters, and 2.5 Million Stronger

40 years later, N.J. courts, towns still wrestling with ‘affordable’ housing

40 years later, N.J. courts, towns still wrestling with ‘affordable’ housing Updated: October 16, 2017 — 9:54 AM EDT   CLEM MURRAY / Staff Photographer Delran is one of a number of municipalities still locked in a court battle over its affordable-housing requirements under the “Mount Laurel Doctrine,” intended to ensure adequate housing for low- … More 40 years later, N.J. courts, towns still wrestling with ‘affordable’ housing