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Apartments Rents Are Growing the Most in Former Housing Crash Cities

NATIONAL REAL ESTATE INVESTORL (October 10, 2017) – Apartment rents continue to grow more slowly than before. The cities where rents grew the most in 2016 are still top cities for rent growth this year, but their lead is getting smaller.

“A year ago there was a pretty big spread between Houston, which had rent growth of about 1 percent, and Sacramento, which was much larger –nearly 12 percent,” says Jay Denton, senior vice president with data firm Axiometrics.

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