Corpus ID: 168549110

Corporate Landlords, Institutional Investors, and Displacement: Eviction Rates in Singlefamily Rentals

@article{Raymond2016CorporateLI,
  title={Corporate Landlords, Institutional Investors, and Displacement: Eviction Rates in Singlefamily Rentals},
  author={E. Raymond and R. Duckworth and B. Miller and Michael T. Lucas and Shiraj Pokharel},
  journal={Real Estate eJournal},
  year={2016}
}
  • E. Raymond, R. Duckworth, +2 authors Shiraj Pokharel
  • Published 2016
  • Business
  • Real Estate eJournal
  • In this research we document the eviction crisis in the city of Atlanta and adjacent suburbs. We place eviction-driven housing instability in the broader context of changing housing markets, examining the relationships between post-foreclosure single-family rentals, large corporate landlords, and eviction rates. The rise of the large corporate landlord in the single-family rental market has the potential to rehabilitate vacant properties and offer affordable housing in desirable neighborhoods… CONTINUE READING
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