Even with mortgage rate hikes, the U.S. housing market surge continues.
Easing COVID-19 restrictions and the naira depreciation have increased demand for rental housing in Nigeria, inflating the market gradually over the last few months.
Relocating talent in the U.S. can create affordability challenges for your employees, especially when deploying talent to high-cost locations.
Recent changes in bank interest rates and tax laws implemented in 2020 are two of the biggest factors that fuel the rental market change for all payment systems in South Korea.
The past year has been unprecedented for inflation. Both supply chain issues and global conflicts have led to high single-digit to double-digit inflation in nearly every country.
Switzerland is synonymous with mountains, lakes, and beautiful towns.
Over the last two years, Seoul and Singapore have faced tremendous changes in their housing rental markets.
Rents in and around London increased throughout Q1 and Q2 and are now noticeably higher than pre-pandemic levels. As demand outstrips supply, rents bounced back at historic rates since their pandemic low point in Q1 2021.
Earlier this month AIRINC was invited to speak with Plus Relocation’s Advisory Council about the state of the US rental market.
Economic challenges exist when relocating employees within the United States. Employee and family concerns often center around the financial impacts of a move.