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Houston Ranked No. 1 Metro for Apartment Completions in 2016
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Houston Ranked No. 1 Metro for Apartment Completions in 2016

City ends year with lowest number of units under way since 2013. More

RealPage: Strong Demand, High Occupancy, Moderate Rent Growth Recorded in 2016
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RealPage: Strong Demand, High Occupancy, Moderate Rent Growth Recorded in 2016

Last year’s demand volume is the third-highest posted over the past three decades,... More

MPF Research: Right Suburban Investments Will Generate Highest Risk-Adjusted Returns
MPF Takes a Closer Look at the Nation’s Busiest Apartment Construction Submarkets
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MPF Takes a Closer Look at the Nation’s Busiest Apartment Construction Submarkets

Uptown Charlotte, N.C., takes the top spot, followed by Frisco/Prosper in Dallas. More

Software Companies Eye Airbnb, Multifamily Potential
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Software Companies Eye Airbnb, Multifamily Potential

Short-term rentals offer owners, managers, and developers a revenue premium to... More

Renter Retention, Renewals Rise in August
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Renter Retention, Renewals Rise in August

Retention continues its 20-month run above 50%, as renewal rates rise 5.4%. MFE's... More

The Top Rent Growth Markets of the First Quarter
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The Top Rent Growth Markets of the First Quarter

MPF Research reports indicate demand is driving rent growth and occupancy nationally. More

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Top 10 New-Construction Metros of 2015 Top 10 New-Construction Metros of 2015

Houston comes in first with 19,662 expected completions in 2015. However, in terms of inventory growth rate, Houston falls to sixth place, at 3.2 percent. More

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MFE Question: What is the Biggest Myth About Gen Y?

The Gen Y crowd may be a bit more nuanced than many owners, managers and developers believe, according to MPF Research's Jay Parsons, Campus Apartments' David Adelman, Fannie Mae's Kim Betancourt, and MetLife's Melissa Reagen. More

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Battle Test Battle Test

As rent growth declines, more new units come on line, and concessions return in some markets, operators will need to differentiate themselves to win renters amid fierce competition this year. More

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