Zillow: How Much Does It Cost To Rent In The Suburbs? (gallery)

Zillow: How much does it cost to rent in the suburbs? (Gallery)

(Gallery) Email | Twitter | Google+ maryland property management llc Portlandas apartment market has been the darling of commercial real estate since the start of the Great Recession. More people renting, coupled with few people building made Portland one of the tightest markets in the country on most everyoneas list. Even now, as developers rush to construct nearly 15,500 new units over the next few years, occupancy rates remain tight and rents are still rising. Rising rents: See what rental rates are in your city According to a spring survey by Multifamily NW, formerly the Metro Multifamily Housing Association, the area occupancy rate stood at 3.55 percent in the spring and rents were increasing at an annual rate of about 4 percent, on average. Seattle-based Zillow.com offered a comprehensive view of what it costs to own and rent a home in Portland and its suburbs.
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Investcorp Buys 30 Percent Stake in Theeb Rent a Car

This is something that Theeb Rent a Car should be able to achieve with the active support of Investcorp. The company strongly believes that it is in a good position to acquire more market shares in the company years. If Theeb Rent a Car continues on the path that it is currently on, this kind of growth is not out of the question. In fact, during the past three years or so, Theeb Rent a Car has seen its net income and revenue increase by 17 percent.
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