The robust Dallas Fort Worth multifamily is still on top after many years of upward momentum. In addition, mixed-use development continues to dot the tristate area. Even with supply keeping up with demand, market leaders are feeling the pressures of retail strains, changes in senior living and millennial requirements.
With regard to the supporting numbers, Dallas and Fort Worth average apartment rents declined slightly in October, though the two metros’ rent-growth performance continued to rank among the highest in the nation, according to Axiometrics, the apartment and student housing number cruncher.
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