Invitation Homes LP, the U.S. single-family home rental business owned by private equity firm Blackstone Group LP, has filed for an initial public offering, according to The Wall Street Journal.

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Blackstone Group’s single-family home rental business Invitation Homes quietly filed to go public. In January, the firm plans to sell $1.5 billion in shares in an IPO that could value it at $7.5 billion. The private equity giant plans to use the money to pay down debt, sources told the Wall Street Journal.

The source asked not to be identified because the plans are not yet public. Blackstone Group LP (BX.N) declined to comment and a representative for Invitation Homes did not immediately respond to.

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Rents on the rise: Could it be because of one company? Blackstone Group is apparently moving forward in its plans to take its single-family rental unit, Invitation Homes, public in 2017. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Blackstone is taking the next step in the process, reportedly filing confidentially for an IPO that could come "as soon as January."

Blackstone plans to go public with country’s largest single-family home landlord. But while others in the industry went public with less-than-stellar returns, Blackstone sat by and watched. The company is now planning to take Invitation Homes public as a real estate investment trust, though the exact size and time of the offering was not immediately clear, according to Bloomberg.

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Invitation Homes, which was founded by Blackstone in 2012, reportedly intends to use the IPO’s net proceeds, together with borrowings under an anticipated new term loan facility, to repay.

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