Two booming Texas cities are seeing some of the smallest apartment rent gains in the country.
Austin apartment rents were unchanged from a year ago and Dallas rents rose by less than 1 percent in a new nationwide rental market update from Richardson-based RealPage.
"Some of the country's biggest markets register largely flat rents, with prices up less than 1 percent from a year ago," RealPage analysts said in the just-released report. "Seattle and Dallas are among the metros where rent growth has slowed most dramatically during 2018."
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