Jay Denton

Rents Still Rising in Dallas–Fort Worth, but Slowdown May Be Near
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Rents Still Rising in Dallas–Fort Worth, but Slowdown May Be Near

With 50K apartments under way, growing supply may meet existing demand. More

The Future of Apartments
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The Future of Apartments

Axiometrics's Louis Rosenthal, in Forbes, on multifamily's outlook. More

Has D.C. Bottomed Out Yet?
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Has D.C. Bottomed Out Yet?

Some REITs and analysts saw improvement in supply-soaked D.C. in 2014. But others... More

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Is the West Coast the Best Coast? Is the West Coast the Best Coast?

As the recovery matures, the big rent spikes have migrated to the West Coast and, specifically, Northern California. But will Southern California soon be catching up? More

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3 Wild Cards for the Apartment Market in 2015 3 Wild Cards for the Apartment Market in 2015

The future is indeed bright for the multifamily industry this year, but storm clouds can form at a moment's notice. More

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Top 10 Rent Growth Markets of the Third Quarter

As the demand for rental housing continues to drive the construction market, occupancy hit a record of 95.1 percent in the third quarter, the highest it has been since 2001. Rent growth also posed strong numbers in the third quarter as annualized rent growth was recorded at 4 percent, according to Dallas-based Axiometrics. More

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Top 10 Occupancy Markets of the Second Quarter

Axiometrics releases second quarter 2014 numbers showing the strongest quarterly performance in the industry in more than a decade. More

A Slow Move Toward Potential Oversupply
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A Slow Move Toward Potential Oversupply

Axiometrics' Jay Denton takes a guest turn on our site to analyze the effect... More

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