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D-FW has one of the country’s lowest homeownership rates

Dallas-Fort Worth is on its way to becoming a city of renters.

The D-FW area is among the major U.S. cities with the lowest percentage of homeowners, according to a new report by the Department of Commerce’s Census Bureau.

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Record sales volume and high prices for apartments in 2014

Prices for apartment properties rose again in 2014 as investors bought a larger volume of properties than they did even in 2007—the biggest year of the last real estate boom for apartments.

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Multifamily still a promising place for investments

While some pundits are warning of a bubble in the multifamily housing sector, the numbers tell a different story. According to JLL research, released at the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) conference in January, homeownership rates are down as more Americans choose to rent.

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Dallas-Fort Worth apartment residents are paying more than ever for rent

Dallas-Fort Worth apartment renters just can’t catch a break.

In January, effective rents in the area were more than 5 percent higher than a year ago, according to a new report from Axiometrics Inc.

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Despite oil slump, Houston apartment, home rents still climbing

Houston’s fevered apartment and home rental market showed no signs of breaking despite a precipitous drop in oil prices, according to a new national study.

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$400M office, apartment development underway in North Austin

A $400 million commercial development known as The Lakes of TechRidge has broken ground near I-35 and Howard Lane.

Read more here on The Austin Business Journal

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Groundbreaking planned for luxury apartment project near downtown Houston

Developers are planning to break ground in April on a new luxury apartment project in east downtown, kicking off the first wave of redevelopment in the heart of Houston.

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