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Rental prices in Greater Boston seem to be slowing down. New data this week from rental tracking firm Reis show rent prices dropped by nearly 2 percent, or about $36 per month on an average lease.

We look at why rents are going down and what that might mean for the housing market overall.

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Greg Vasil, CEO of the Greater Boston Real Estate Board, which tweets @GBREB.

This segment aired on January 6, 2017.

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