Going into 2013’s 4th quarter, the U.S. apartment sector entered a period of vulnerability – with lots of new supply scheduled to complete during what are traditionally the slowest months for apartment demand. So how did the apartment sector hold up?
The good news is that the U.S. apartment sector’s performance remained healthy at the end of 2013, with MPF Research reporting tight occupancy and moderate rent growth at the end of 2013.
In this exclusive video report, Greg Willett and Jay Parsons from MPF Research highlight the nation’s latest apartment occupancy and rent growth statistics as well as other key performance indicators.
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