Rental Market

Nation, Dallas Sees Rise in Number of High-Income Renters

By Bethany Erickson / March 17, 2019 / 1 Comment

More and more people are choosing to rent, economists are finding, but Apartment List found in a recent study that one particular — and somewhat surprising — segment of the rental market is booming: high-income renters. The report deems those with six-figure incomes as high-income renters, and a growing number in this income bracket are […]

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Renting in Dallas: 2017 Year in Review

By Sydney Bennet / December 14, 2017 / 0 Comments

A new report from Apartment List analyzes the top trends in the 2017 rental market and predicts their impacts in 2018. For example, the report highlights the increase in the homeownership rate after a decade of declines, as well as the decrease in the share of rental units considered affordable to the lowest-income renters. Although […]

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On MidlandDirt: Midland, Odessa Home Value Increases Show No Signs of Slowing

By Leah Shafer / July 3, 2015 / 0 Comments

Two new reports paint a bright picture of the housing market in Midland and Odessa now and for the next three years. The Local Monitor Reports, released today, cite a 7 percent increase in Midland home prices over the last 12 months, which puts the average home price at $183,463. In Odessa, prices have gone up 5 percent […]

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On MidlandDirt: Expect Boom in Midland-Odessa Home Values Over Next 3 Years

By Leah Shafer / June 3, 2015 / 0 Comments

Two new reports from Local Monitor Report are projecting big increases in home values in Midland and Odessa over the next three years, almost double the national average. Prices are predicted to rise even more. Home values for Midland are forecast to increase by 8 percent over the next 12 months—compare that to national forecast of 4.6 […]

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Love it, Lease it: Local Market Monitor Sees Rents Rising 19 Percent in The Next 3 Years

By Joanna England / October 3, 2012 / 0 Comments

What’s a better indicator of a healthy rental market than higher prices for in-demand properties? In the Dallas-Plano-Irving area, rents are on their way up to the tune of 19 percent over 3 years, according to the folks at Local Market Monitor. The real estate market analysis shows a period of slow growth during 2010, […]

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