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2019 First Quarter Multifamily Rent Report

2019 First Quarter Multifamily Rent Report   Vacancy Rates Remain Unchanged   Apartment vacancy rates for the first quarter of 2019 were 4.8% according to a recent report from REIS. While this number remains unchanged from the fourth quarter of 2018, it increased 0.1% year over year. First quarter vacancy rates also increased from 4.3% Read more about 2019 First Quarter Multifamily Rent Report[…]

Houses With Increasing Arrows For Multifamily Rents Average Growth in 2018

Average Multifamily Rents End 2018 At $1,419

Year End Multifamily Rents Average $1,419   The average apartment rent nationally at the end of 2018 was $1,419. While this figure represented no month over month growth from November, it represented a 3.2% increase year over year. This fits with a continuing trend that has seen multifamily rents grow by at least 3% for Read more about Average Multifamily Rents End 2018 At $1,419[…]

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Increase Rents With Apartment Turnover Projects

Increase Rents With Apartment Turnover Projects   Turnovers are a fact of life in the apartment management industry. While no property manager wants to see units sit vacant, they do provide an opportunity to complete apartment turnover projects that can help increase rents. Instead of quickly signing a tenant to a new lease, property managers Read more about Increase Rents With Apartment Turnover Projects[…]

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2018 Year Over Year Multifamily Rent Report

2018 Year Over Year Multifamily Rent Report   What city has the highest median rent? The lowest? Where are rents rising and where are they falling? These key questions, and more, were answered in a recent report by Apartment List. Here’s the quick answer to those questions: Highest Median Rent: San Francisco, CA Lowest Median Read more about 2018 Year Over Year Multifamily Rent Report[…]

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