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Los Angeles Local Apartment Report

Apartment
Second Quarter 2019

Trio of factors generate permanent source of demand. Home to one of the highest rates of renter households in the nation, Los Angeles County’s apartment inventory swelled by 49,000 units over the past five years, yet vacancy remained in the mid-3 percent to 4 percent range throughout.More

Las Vegas Local Apartment Report

Apartment
Second Quarter 2019

Net absorption remains exceptional as job market strength spurs rental demand. Amid ongoing employment growth near 3 percent, housing demand has surged, pushing net absorption to more than 4,000 units in 2018. More

Indianapolis Local Apartment Report

Apartment
Second Quarter 2019

Builders focusing on urban neighborhoods. Developers have finalized nearly 15,200 rentals over the past five years, including 3,000 in the most recent four quarters. More

Houston Local Apartment Report

Apartment
Second Quarter 2019

Sustained job growth underpins rising demand. Houston continues to quickly expand as household and population growth rates are scheduled to climb higher this year. More

Green Bay Local Apartment Report

Apartment
Second Quarter 2019

Pent-up demand prevents sizable rise in unit availability during span of increased deliveries. Vacancy is extremely tight in Green Bay, sitting at roughly 1 percent entering the second quarter of this year, and the number of renter households continues to rise amid positive job creation across nearly all employment sectors. More

Edmonton Local Apartment Report

Apartment
Second Quarter 2019

As Alberta’s economy slowly recovers from the recent recession and faces challenges amid the oil price shock, Edmonton will stand out this year and achieve outsized growth thanks to its more diversified economy.More