|MPF: Dallas-Fort Worth multifamily trends 3Q 2015||MPF: Dallas-Fort Worth multifamily trends 3Q 2015||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=11592||2016-01-04T06:00:00Z|
DALLAS-FORT WORTH - Demand topped new supply levels, both on a quarterly, 5,025 units to 4,657 units, and annual, 18,675 units to 15,994 units, basis.
As a result, occupancy increased 0.2 points in the quarter and was up 0.7 points year-over-year landing at 95.5 percent — the tightest occupancy measured since mid-2001.
With fewer vacancies, operators pushed rents 2.6 percent during 3rd quarter. That quarterly hike took annual rent growth to a 20-year high of 6.8 percent.
|MPF Research||Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington||Multifamily|| https://www.realpage.com/mpf-research/reports/dallasfort-worth/|
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