Property Management of Louisville

Business Address
1815 Frankfort Ave,
Louisville, KY 40206
Mailing Address
PO Box 7992,
Louisville, KY 40257

Archived Newsfeed June 2018

6-29-18 U.S. Rental Rates Flatten in Major Cities as Supply Floods Market

The U.S. apartment market suffered its worst spring since 2010, near the depths of the housing crisis, as a flood of new supply and weakening demand resulted in rising vacancy rates and little or no rent increases in many major cities.

6-27-18 Pending home sales drop for fifth straight month in May

Potential home buyers took a step back from entering the housing market in May.

6-23-18 Home sales drop in May as inventory slowly loosens

Years of sustained low inventory seem to have finally caught up with the Louisville area housing market.

6-21-18 The Most New Homes in a Decade Were Completed in May. Are They Enough?

More newly constructed homes are hitting the market—welcome news for home buyers frustrated by the ever-worsening lack of abodes for sale. But are they enough to ease the housing crunch?

6-18-18 The 7 Worst Mistakes You Can Make While Renovating And How To Avoid Them

Keeping renovations on track is simple - if you know what to look out for so you can avoid big mistakes.

6-15-18 Rents Are Still Growing Much Faster Than Wages, Even as Growth Cools Slightly

Americans’ cost of living is on the rise, but there may be some small relief in sight.

6-13-18 Here’s how apartment projects in, near downtown are progressing

With so much development taking place in Louisville, it can be difficult to keep track of where apartment projects stand.

6-11-18 Mortgage Rates Fall to 7-Week Low, as Buyers Catch a Break

Rates for home loans ticked down for the second straight week, offering buyers a brief reprieve in a sizzling housing market.

6-6-18 US house prices are going to rise at twice the speed of inflation and pay: Reuters poll

An acute shortage of affordable homes in the United States will continue over the coming year, according to a majority of property market analysts polled by Reuters, driving prices up faster than inflation and wage growth.

6-4-18 What Buyers Need to Know About the Latest Crop of Brand-New Homes

Home buyers hoping for new construction are in luck—the most brand-new, single-family houses have hit the market since the Great Recession.