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Kevin Mulrenin, 36, is renting for now, at Residences at Riverfront in Amesbury.

As demand increases, rents rise for first time since '01

By Kimberly Blanton
Globe Staff / June 21, 2006

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Rents are rising around Boston for the first time in five years. Surging mortgage rates, high home prices, and a belief that prices may tumble are driving more people to give up on or postpone buying a home and to rent instead. (Full article: 948 words)

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