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Fort Worth, Dallas Lead Nation In 2016 Rent Increases, No Relief In Sight, Say Experts

CANDYSDIRT.COM (January 9, 2017) – If it feels like you’re paying a lot for rent, you’re probably right: huge demand for DFW apartments in 2016, coupled with a shortage of supply, has pushed rents and building occupancy to record levels.

DFW rent prices are now averaging almost $1,100 a month, according to MPF Research. Add to that a vacancy rate of under 4 percent, and you’ve got demand at an all-time high. The past year’s demand total for apartments in North Texas jumped to 27,120 units, up sharply from the 2015 volume of about 17,000 units.

To read more, visit: http://candysdirt.com/2017/01/09/dfw-rent-prices/

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