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American apartment vacancy rate soars moderately in the third quarter
The US apartment vacancy rate tacked on marginally during the third quarter versus the second. That’s what a report from Reis Inc revealed.
The vacancy rates went up in 50 of 79 metros as many financial experts saw high construction, which surpassed demand, as the real estate research company informed.
Additionally, the national vacancy rate ascended moderately from 4.4% to 4.5% during the third quarter, as Reis unveiled.
As for asking rent, it rallied 1%, while effective rent added 0.9%. Year-over-year they leapt respectively 3.8% and 3.3%, as the report states.
Total inventory is still believed to inch up considerably this year and in 2018.
By the way, in the third quarter, with up to 47,271 units, construction turned to be lower than expected again, as the company disclosed.
New construction demonstrated 47,271 units, sliding from 51,925 units reached in 2016 and also down from 51,804 units demonstrated in the second quarter.
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