Apartment Trends

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Non-negotiable: Tighter Market Means Few, if Any, Concessions

When the economic crash sent managers into a frenzy to keep occupancies from falling further, concessions were flying fast and furious. But a recently released Rent.com report shows just how far we've come since then. More

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Denver Tops List of Highest Quarterly Rent Growth Markets

All 79 markets that Reis tracks saw rent increases in the third quarter, but these  10 stood out. More

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Blip or Bellwether? National Vacancy Rate Rises 10 Bps

After five years of declining vacancies, owners saw a slight increase in the number of available units in the third quarter. Is it just a blip on the radar, or a harbinger? More

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Developer Plans 2,200 Units in Resilient DC

So far, D.C. has withstood the amount of new apartments that have opened over the past couple of years. But with more units in the pipeline, including 2,200 units near the Rhode Island Avenue Metro, the future still looks murky. More

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Among Commercial Sectors, Investors Still Favor Multifamily

Even as interest in other commercial sectors start to gain momentum, investors still see growth potential in multifamily. More

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CBRE Global Investors Acquires The Plantation at The Woodlands Apartments CBRE Global Investors Acquires The Plantation at The Woodlands Apartments

The 432-unit, Class A, garden-style apartment complex is just north of Exxon Mobil Corp.'s new campus. More

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Video: Apartment Construction Pace Hits 25-Year Peak

Apartments haven't been built at this volume since the 80's, but Freddie Mac's Vice President and Chief Economist, Frank Nothaft says, so far, this supply is being absorbed. More

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What Overbuilding? Some Markets in Desperate Need of Supply

Panelists discussed the threat of overbuilding Monday at the Bipartisan Policy Center’s 2014 Housing Summit. More

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Top 10 Moving Destinations of Summer 2014

Chicago is the nation’s most popular destination for long-distance moves, according to a new study by United Van Lines. More

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Second Wind: Apartment REITs Beat Expectations in 2Q

Strong job growth couple with low single-family moveouts drove strong second quarter REIT results. More

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