Monthly Archives: October 2017

Harvey’s Impact on Houston Apartment Market

A month or so after Hurricane Harvey, Houston’s apartment occupancy and rents are trending upward once more. However, pricing is not spiking, partly reflecting that the metro’s major owners and operators of apartment product recognize the importance of assisting displaced … Continue reading

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Are Renter Roommates Doubling Up or Un-Doubling?

Approximately 43.7 million renter households existed in the U.S. in 2015 (the latest data available), according to the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey — about 37% of all households. Of those, 20.7 million are “nonfamily” households which may contain only … Continue reading

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