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Homeownership Hits 50-Year Low in 2016
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Homeownership Hits 50-Year Low in 2016

Demographics contribute to pushing the rate down. More

Reis: Rent Growth, New Completions Slow, but Demand Should Stay Strong
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Reis: Rent Growth, New Completions Slow, but Demand Should Stay Strong

Preliminary Q4 2016 report shows 4.1% vacancy rate, 0.3% rent-growth rate. More

REIS: Rent Market Softens Under Surplus of New Construction in Q3
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REIS: Rent Market Softens Under Surplus of New Construction in Q3

Economist Barbara Denham suggests market shift is reaction to beginning of year. More

Renters Aren't Moving Much
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Renters Aren't Moving Much

New data show share of renters renewing has hit high-water mark. More

Apartment Absorption Rate Remains Stable
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Apartment Absorption Rate Remains Stable

The rate increased slightly in the first quarter, though it was down year over year. More

National Vacancy Declines in 1Q as New Completions Fall
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National Vacancy Declines in 1Q as New Completions Fall

Weak completions pulled the first quarter vacancy rate down but Reis' Ryan... 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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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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Will Oversupply Threaten the Industry's Momentum?

Although there are several markets that will likely struggle with oversupply, industry leaders aren’t concerned about the more than 75,000 units that are expected to deliver before the end of this year, according to data from Dallas-based Axiometrics. The research firm also expects more than 222,000 units to come to fruition next year. More

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ACC and EdR Take a Break From Buying, Stoking Cap-Rate Fears

With REITs ACC and EdR pulling back from the acquisitions market, questions remain about where cap rates will go in that sector. More

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