Beleaguered renters in New York City may begin to see some relief to rising rents as the year progresses. Market analysts are watching rents plateau and developers increasing incentives to lure tenants into all the new properties that are completed and now leasing. Market participants are … [Read more...] about 3.20.18: Rents for Apartment in NYC Poised to Decline
Reis reports that apartment rents grew by 0.6% nationally during the fourth quarter of 2014, a bit of a slowdown from the pace observed during 2014’s second and third quarters. Nevertheless, the trend in rents is up. Annual rent growth for apartment rents was 3.5% in 2014. This the best performance … [Read more...] about 2.12.15: Apartment Rents Rise in 2014 Amid Strong Demand, But Is the Party Over?
Apartment landlords continued to push through hefty rent increases at the start of the year, although the pace of the rises was slightly weaker, according to the Wall Street Journal. Rental rates increased 0.6% during the first quarter, according to data from 79 U.S. metro areas that was released on … [Read more...] about 3.26.14: Apartment Rents Climb as Vacancies Drop