What Attracts Renters to Single-Family Properties, and What Keeps Them from Moving Out

Robin Young
Robin Young | 45 min. read
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Interest in single-family rentals is soaring. This property type sits atop the market as the largest segment—and it’s only getting bigger. Today, single-family rentals house nearly 45 million people. (That’s 42% of all renters).

The question is, what can you do to keep single-family renters happy and renewing their leases year after year?

In our 2022 Renters’ Report, What Attracts Renters to Single-Family Properties (and What Keeps Them from Moving Out), we surveyed thousands of renters to learn:

  • What’s behind the surge in interest in single-family rentals
  • How demographic and investment trends are shaping demand
  • The most-requested amenities (and everything else renters look for)
  • What single-family renters expect from their property manager

Don’t miss our companion report, What Attracts Renters to Small Multifamily Properties (and What Keeps Them from Moving Out), where you’ll learn about the opportunities that 2- to 4-unit properties present for your company.

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