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Cornell Real Estate Review

Abstract

The single family home rental market has always been a very significant part of our housing market and national economy; however, the fragmentation among “mom and pop” owners has resulted in little centralized data, research or attention focused on this sector. The recent recession has changed that. An emerging institutionalized market for rental single family homes is rapidly developing, and that genie is unlikely to go back into the bottle due to both cyclical and structural changes in our markets.

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