DALLAS-FORT WORTH – Demand for DFW multifamily grew strongly to more than 8,800 units in the past 90 days, with the metro forecasted to double any other MSA’s 2018 demand, according to CBRE's "2Q 2018 Dallas-Fort Worth Multifamily MarketView."
Looking across other metrics, there are additional reasons for multifamily property owners to be upbeat.
Occupancy is up 40 basis points to 94.6 percent, average rents are up, and both starts and deliveries are down.
Effective rent growth is down from its 2015 peak, rising only 1.7 percent during 2Q 2018.
Check out Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Multifamily Market Research.
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