When single-family rent growth is slowing even in Orlando, the country's operators can see a reversal of their good fortune from the past few years.

CoreLogic's Single-Family Rent Index, which analyzes single-family rent price changes nationally and across major metropolitan areas, showed the slowest month-over-month growth in the land of Disney at 8.9% in January, but that increase has slowed significantly since the peak 25% annual growth recorded in April 2022.

It marked the ninth consecutive month of declining rent growth; Orlando still performed well enough to be the country's top US market for the third month in a row.

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