CORPUS CHRISTI - Builders added 40 units in the third quarter, the first this year, while construction continued on 990 units in the metropolitan area, according to the third quarter 2013 report from Hendricks-Berkadia.
Rental demand remained positive with the net absorption of 60 units in 3Q 2013. The leasing activity slowed from the 110 units absorbed in the previous quarter.
Average asking rent ascended 2.6 percent to $872 per month in September from June. Asking rents in 3Q 2013 were up 7.3 percent from 12 months ago.
The median existing single-family home price increased 10.1 percent to $159,890 in the last six months. It was the largest half-year increase in more than two decades.
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