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DFW apartment market ends 2019 on solid ground

Despite apartment absorption falling short of December 2018 and 2017, 2019 ended on solid footing for the local market, which saw a slight rise in occupancy and rents along with positive absorption overall, according to ApartmentData.com.

Dallas Business Journal (January 13, 2020) - Read The Full Article

Rents for affordable Houston apartments set to rise.

But ApartmentData.com projects that Houston rents will rise as much as 4 percent in 2020, above the area’s 20-year average annual increase of 3.2 percent. It said rent increases for older, more affordable apartment buildings will likely account for the lion’s share of that growth.

Houston Chronicle (January 8, 2020) - Read The Full Article

32-story apartment tower to rise by Hermann Park

The project will add to the 2,702 residential units under construction in the Montrose/Museum/Midtown/Central Houston submarket, according to ApartmentData.com. Rental rates in the submarket are up 4.7 percent since last December, while occupancy has dropped by 1.7 percentage points to 87.6 percent as new buildings have come online, mostly in Midtown.

Houston Chronicle (December 23, 2019) - Read The Full Article

Lack of entry-level workforce felt in Montgomery area

According to ApartmentData.com, a company that provides market information on apartments, there are a total of 48 apartment complexes in the north Conroe and Montgomery area, which includes Willis, the city of Conroe and the area north of Magnolia.

Houston Community Impact (December 17, 2019) - Read The Full Article

Apartment occupancy nears 92% in July

Occupancy in July was 91.7%, up from 91.1% in June, according to the latest report by ApartmentData.com. Apartment occupancy has been near an all-time high for the last three months and continues to increase. The average monthly rent for an apartment increased by $8 in July, ending the month at $978 per month. The average rental rate now is now $1.15 per square foot.

San Antonio Business Journal (August 9, 2019) - Read The Full Article