U.S. Apartment Market Revenues Soar 2.5 Percent in the Second Quarter


The U.S. apartment sector turned in a near-record revenue growth performance in the second quarter of 2011, according to the preliminary results from MPF Research’s 2nd quarter 2011 survey of more than 6 million apartment units across the country. Occupancy climbed 0.8 percentage points during the past three months, and effective rents jumped 1.7 percent, taking the total revenue lift for the quarter to 2.5 percent.

In this special edition of Apartment Market Dynamics, Greg Willett and Jay Parsons with MPF Research take an in-depth look at the nation’s latest apartment market performance results.

For additional information, please read the press release from RealPage and MPF Reaearch.

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Michael Cunningham

Contributor, Property Management Insider

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Michael Cunningham is Content Marketing Manager at ProofHQ, and the former Managing Editor of PropertyManagementInsider.com. He worked as a social media manager for RealPage, Inc., a provider of on-demand software solutions that integrate and streamline single-family and a wide variety of multifamily rental property management business functions. He is responsible for promoting the company through various media channels, including editorial, print and online advertising, and social media. Michael received his education at Indiana University where he majored in English.

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