Raleigh/Durham’s apartment market underperformed on high expectations going into 2011 – especially for rent growth. But in the first half of 2012, the Triangle posted some very impressive numbers.
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The Raleigh apartment market is performing very well right now and is offering quite attractive economic prospects and renter demographics, but investors should be aware that the growth pace probably is nearing its peak for the cycle.
Raleigh/Durham went into 2011 with some big expectations, and hadn’t lived up to it … until 3rd quarter, when revenues jumped 4.1 percent.
Houston ranks among the nation’s leaders for job growth, but its apartment sector ranks dead last for overall occupancy. How’s that possible?
The apartment sector in Charlotte has quietly and quickly emerged as one of the nation’s best surprises of 2011. The latest video edition of Apartment Market Dynamics explains how and why.
North Carolina’s Triangle area continues to see its apartment sector shine.
MPF Research reveals its top 10 picks for revenue growth in 2011 among the nation’s major markets.
Raleigh’s recovery in apartment sector fundamentals is progressing rapidly and the area seems well positioned to perform well during the near term.