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With the arrival of the first generation of new-generation smart homes, the technology is already making a huge impact on the rental market.
In many cases, smart-home technology is creating new ways to manage and plan the homes of guests.
It’s an exciting time for renters as the economy improves and the cost of living drops.
It means new rental options for renters, and even more for those who are looking for a new place to live.
For example, many homeowners are looking to move into a larger property.
And in some cases, it’s a trend that’s going to be replicated across the board.
As a result, we can expect to see many new rentals to arrive, many with the ability to monitor their renters, according to a report released Monday by consulting firm Zillow.
The report predicts that more than half of the new rental units in the U.S. will be connected to the Internet and equipped with smart devices that will provide them with real-time information about their tenants.
Many smart-connected rental homes will offer more information about guests than they have now.
For instance, a smart-rental unit that’s connected to a smart thermostat could give tenants a way to get more precise temperature readings.
The new rental-rentals market is expected to hit a peak in 2019 with a total of 5.8 million new rentals expected to be added annually, Zillows reports.
While the number of rentals expected in 2019 will be smaller than in 2019 last year, the report suggests that by 2020, there will be nearly 5.2 million new rental apartments, with the average number of units in rental units at 6,000 per household.
The demand for smart-equipped rentals has already exceeded supply.
The supply of smart-enabled rentals has been declining for several years.
In 2016, Zellers predicted that the supply of new rentals would drop from 1.4 million to 750,000, a drop of more than a third.
In 2018, the supply was projected to drop from 2.5 million to 1.1 million, a decrease of about 40,000 units.
The number of homes with smart-led living rooms is expected in the hundreds of thousands, according a study from research firm CBRE.
The study also said that a total $2.5 trillion will be invested in the housing industry by 2020.
While these numbers are good, it does not mean that the demand for rentals is going to increase in the next several years, according the report.
It noted that a surge in rental demand is also expected to occur because the supply is still decreasing.
ZillOW forecasts that by 2019, the demand will peak at about 5.4 billion new rentals.
The numbers in the Zillower report come from a report that analyzed data from the National Association of Realtors (NAR).
The report also calculated the demand in the rental housing market and compared it to the number available units for rent in 2020.
It found that, by 2020 and 2021, the number that will be available for rent for rent was expected to drop by 1.7 percent and by 1 percent and 3 percent, respectively.
According to the report, the most affordable units are expected to have an average rent for rental units of $1,600 a month and $1.40 a month, respectively, which is roughly $200 to $300 below the national median rent.
By 2020, the average rent in the country for a two-bedroom rental unit is expected at $1 in San Francisco and $2 in Washington, DC.
By 2021, rental demand in that market is projected to be $1 and $3, respectively in Seattle and San Francisco, respectively; and the average rental in the city of San Francisco is expected be $2,500 in 2019.
The Zillowing report also notes that rental demand will drop in a number of other areas, including: in-home appliances: from 6% in 2020 to 4% in 2021.
In-home entertainment: from 14% in 2019 to 11% in 2023.
Inland water: from 17% in 2016 to 12% in 2025.
Inverter units: from 4% to 2% in 2024.
Residential parking: from 7% in 2018 to 7% by 2026.
In addition to these housing-related numbers, ZILLOW also looked at the overall housing market.
The NAR report found that housing demand in 2020 is expected as low as 1.3 percent in the national market.
This is below the level expected for 2019, when housing demand was expected at 1.6 percent.
The rental market is also predicted to be more expensive than in 2020, with an expected price of $2 million to $2 billion in 2019, according Zillowitz.
In 2021, prices will increase by $2 to $3 billion, and the NA