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Nashville Climbs the Rent Growth Charts

With very few vacancies, apartment operators in the Music City metro are pushing rents beyond the already solid pace of late.

Las Vegas

In Vegas, Rents Inch Closer to Pre-Recession Levels

Las Vegas is the only U.S. apartment market where average monthly rents haven’t returned to 2008 levels. But rent growth momentum is building in the Sin City metro as occupancy approaches the essentially full mark. (Image source: Shutterstock)

San Francisco Market

The Nation’s Rent Growth Leaderboard is Heavy on the West

Western markets dominate the top spots in the nation’s rent growth leaderboard as of Q3. But that’s not to say performance hasn’t been strong elsewhere, too, with a big numbers coming all across the country. (Image Source: Shutterstock)


Examining the Nation’s Apartment Rent Growth Leaderboard

Metros in the West region of the country continue to dominate the apartment rent growth leaderboard, including a few new additions that had previously been laggards.


U.S. Apartment Rent Growth Levels Further Accelerate in Q2

Going into 2015, most prognosticators expected apartment rent growth levels to ease. Halfway into the year, the opposite has occurred. Year-over-year growth in new leases hit a new high for the cycle in Q2 2014, boosted by rapid acceleration in late-recovery markets combined with continued strength elsewhere.


All Millennials Are Renting, and Other Millennial Myths

MPF Research economist Shane Squires discusses his recent research into the much-discussed, but often-misunderstood Millennial generation.


Is Denver’s Apartment Market Strength Extending to Colorado Springs?

The apartment sector in Colorado Springs has followed a pattern quite different from the consistent strength seen just north in Denver. But more recently, Colorado Springs has notched some impressive numbers.


Raleigh/Durham Apartment Market Showing Signs of New Momentum

The Triangle apartment market is one of a handful that saw fundamentals weaken under the weight of large supply volumes in 2013 and 2014. But Raleigh/Durham could be turning the corner.

Boston Apartment Market

How is Boston Handling Big Wave of New Apartments?

Boston is one of the few Northeastern metros seeing strong economic growth. And yet, apartment rent growth remains below the U.S. norms. Is new supply to blame?

Houston Apartment Market

No Signs of a Slowdown (Yet) in Houston’s Apartment Market

With oil prices plunging in 2014’s second half, energy-dependent Houston was on everyone’s watch lists going into 2015. Did Houston’s hot apartment market show any signs of slowing down in 2015’s 1st quarter?

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