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Have you faced a bidding war trying to rent an apartment?

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You've probably noticed rents have been skyrocketing in many places, as the country struggles with a historic housing shortage. Now with mortgage rates rising there's even more pressure on the rental market. Many people are facing the kind of intense competition usually only seen with buying houses.

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Jennifer Ludden helps edit energy and environment stories for NPR's National Desk, working with NPR staffers and a team of public radio reporters across the country. They track the shift to clean energy, state and federal policy moves, and how people and communities are coping with the mounting impacts of climate change.

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