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Yardi Predicts Strong Fundamentals, Uncertain Policy for 2017
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Yardi Predicts Strong Fundamentals, Uncertain Policy for 2017

Latest Multifamily Outlook cites moderating rent growth, luxury oversupply as... 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

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

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

Charlotte City Council Member Calls for New Multifamily Construction Moratorium
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Charlotte City Council Member Calls for New Multifamily Construction Moratorium

As Charlotte’s luxury boom continues, its residents have experienced a 35% rise in... More

Multifamily Investors Fear Pending Market Slowdown
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Multifamily Investors Fear Pending Market Slowdown

Lenders grow cautious despite good fundamentals. 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

What the Trump Administration Means for the Apartment Market
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What the Trump Administration Means for the Apartment Market

Axiometrics: Expect tax reform, ACA changes, and a focus on supply-side economics. 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

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

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