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U.S. Apartment Market Meets Expectations in 4th Quarter

Jay Parsons
by on January 5, 2012

The first nine months of 2011 were very good for the U.S. apartment market, but what happened in the fourth quarter? That time of year is typically a slow leasing period for the apartment sector and going into the fourth quarter we were expecting to see a pretty flat revenue change. Did the U.S. apartment market experience a little holiday surprise in Q4 or was it pretty much what we expected?

Greg Willett joins me to examine the results in this special video edition of Apartment Market Dynamics.

 

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Michael Cunningham (@RealPageMichael) (@RealPageMichael) (@RealPageMichael)

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Thursday 05th January 05 10:27

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RealPage (@RealPage) (@RealPage) (@RealPage)

U.S. Apartment Market Meets Expectations in 4th Quarter http://t.co/LauwaHe5 Great analysis from MPF Research #cre #multifamily

Thursday 05th January 05 11:52

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Campus Apartments (@CampusApts)

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Thursday 05th January 05 1:40

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Michael Cunningham (@RealPageMichael) (@RealPageMichael) (@RealPageMichael)

MPF Research Reports Robust Revenue Growth for the U.S. Apartment Market in 2011 http://t.co/RtMc6CZc #multifamily #cre #realestate

Thursday 05th January 05 2:48

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Digital Map Products (@DMPInc)

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Friday 06th January 06 1:18

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