U.S. Occupancy Industry News and Data

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Sarasota/Bradenton Apartments Show Signs of Cooling [Video]

The Sarasota/Bradenton apartment sector posted strong revenue growth through much of 2011. But with an economy remaining in weak shape, a cool down seemed inevitable – and signs of one emerged in 2012’s 2nd quarter.

September 24, 2012 in U.S. Occupancy
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Northern New Jersey Rent Growth Has Moved Above the U.S. Norm

While occupancy in Northern New Jersey’s apartment market almost always is very tight, the area has a tendency to underperform many other locales in terms of rent growth. Right now, however, there’s notable momentum in apartment rents.

September 18, 2012 in U.S. Occupancy
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Detroit’s Apartment Sector Numbers Look Good

The apartment market in metro Detroit is doing quite well, actually outperforming results seen for the nation as a whole in terms of annual revenue growth.

September 11, 2012 in U.S. Occupancy
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Rent Growth Levels Lag in Smaller Metros [Video]

The gap in rent growth levels has become unusually large between the nation’s primary and secondary markets – even though occupancy rates and job growth numbers are similar. What is fueling that trend?

September 6, 2012 in U.S. Occupancy
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The Urban Core Is Driving Metro Chicago Rent Growth

Across many U.S. metros, apartment properties in or adjacent to downtown rank among the strongest performers right now. That’s certainly true in metro Chicago, with the pattern seen especially in the robust rent growth posted in The Loop.

September 5, 2012 in U.S. Occupancy
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