Cheryl Russell

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Demographer and Editorial Director of New Strategist Publications, she blogs at Demo Memo

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Hundreds of thousands of foreclosed homes look like a good investment — not for re-sale, but for rentals on a massive scale.

Is the US Becoming a 'Rentership' Society?

Hundreds of thousands of foreclosed homes look like a good investment — not for re-sale, but for rentals on a massive scale.

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Major investors with lots of cash are scooping up foreclosed homes and converting them into rental properties.

Is a 'Rentership Society' the Next Phase in the Housing Crisis?

Major investors with lots of cash are scooping up foreclosed homes and converting them into rental properties.

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