Rent Trends

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

Yardi: Moderating Rent Trends Belie Strong Year of Growth
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Yardi: Moderating Rent Trends Belie Strong Year of Growth

Average U.S. monthly rent drops by $4 in December, but MF rents rise 4% YOY. More

Signs the Apartment Boom May Be Fizzling
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Signs the Apartment Boom May Be Fizzling

New data shows that not only are builders constructing fewer apartments, but that... More

Yardi: Average U.S. Monthly Rent Continues to Moderate Through November
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Yardi: Average U.S. Monthly Rent Continues to Moderate Through November

Decline stems from seasonality and the supply–demand imbalance in the luxury... More

1-Bedroom Rents Rising Fast in San Jose
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1-Bedroom Rents Rising Fast in San Jose

Report examines Bay Area’s cost burdens following a 13% price gain this month. More

More Renters Concerned With Rising Utility Costs Than Rent Costs
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More Renters Concerned With Rising Utility Costs Than Rent Costs

Seven in 10 renters express concern over growing utility costs. More

ABODO: The Nation’s Top 19 Cost-Burdened Metros
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ABODO: The Nation’s Top 19 Cost-Burdened Metros

Nearly half of all U.S. renters spend more than 30% of their income on rent. More

Yardi: National Average Rent Continues Falling as Growth Moderates
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Yardi: National Average Rent Continues Falling as Growth Moderates

Steep month-over-month rent drop signals return to more “normal” rent growth. More

ABODO: Swing-State Rents on the Rise
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ABODO: Swing-State Rents on the Rise

Three cities in politically split states lead the list. More

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2016 Resident Surveys: Preferences and Purchases 2016 Resident Surveys: Preferences and Purchases

Joseph Batdorf, President, J Turner Research, reads the pulse of the national multifamily market by noting what features residents are – and aren't – willing to pay for. More

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