Study: Harvey damaged 42,000 apartments in Houston

HOUSTON BUSINESS JOURNAL (October 6, 2017) – Hurricane Harvey has not only impacted the housing market, but it also put several thousand apartment units out of commission, another real estate analytics company has confirmed. Richardson, Texas-based RealPage Inc. (Nasdaq: read more

Apartment rents rising in Harvey’s wake

HOUSTON CHRONICLE (October 6, 2017) – Apartment seekers suddenly are facing higher rents as occupancy tightens across Houston and the damage estimate for flooded units reaches into the tens of thousands. Complexes that stayed dry in heavily flooded areas read more

Moderate Pace Continues For Apt. Rent Gains

GLOBEST.COM (October 4, 2017) – At a national average of 2.6% year over year, the current rate of rent growth is “roughly in line with the long-term norm,” says Greg Willett at RealPage. Although lower in velocity than the read more

Apartment Slowdown Spreads to Less Expensive Cities

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL (October 4, 2017) – A chill that started in the New York and San Francisco rental-apartment markets last year is spreading to less expensive cities. Several metros that enjoyed strong rent growth last year dropped read more

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