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Denver Local Apartment Report

Apartment
Second Quarter 2019

Strengthened transit connectivity makes west Denver more appealing. A cooled off single-family home market will have little impact on apartment demand in 2019 as metro vacancy is forecast to drop for the third year in a row. More

Detroit Local Apartment Report

Apartment
Second Quarter 2019

Economic gains support rental market growth. Over the past three years, employers have expanded payrolls by roughly 84,000 workers and approximately 15,000 new jobs are expected this year. More

Dallas Fort Worth Local Apartment Report

Apartment
Second Quarter 2019

Robust demand factors unable to keep vacancy snared. Strong employment growth headlines the metro’s healthy fundamentals as more than 100,000 jobs will be created this year.More

Connecticut Local Apartment Report

Apartment
Second Quarter 2019

Apartment vacancy to improve in 2019 despite some headwinds. In an environment of modest employment growth, Connecticut apartments are benefiting from a moderated pace of development. The rental inventories of New Haven and Hartford have expanded by 3 and 7 percent, respectively, since 2010, below the national rate of 11 percent. More

Chicago Local Apartment Report

Apartment
Second Quarter 2019

Job creation highlights the core’s healthy fundamentals. High-paying white-collar jobs continue to populate downtown Chicago’s workforce. Google recently announcing the expansion of its finance team in Fulton Market as well as McDonald’s relocating its headquarters from Oak Brook to West Loop generated more demand for urban dwellings. More

Central Valley Local Apartment Report

Apartment
Second Quarter 2019

Vacant stock compresses amid persistent employment growth and limited new supply. The Central Valley has proved to be a resilient region over the past 12 months, adding 24,500 new jobs amid mass layoffs triggered by production plant and discount retailer closures. More