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1Q apartment rents and vacancy figures dip with season

Industry leaders believe first quarter apartment vacancy increases and average rent decreases are seasonal. Apartment vacancy in buildings with 50 or more units increased slightly to 5.8 percent in the first quarter of 2013. While higher than the fourth quarter of 2012, it was still lower than the average 7 percent vacancy Apartment Insights reported… Continue Reading 1Q apartment rents and vacancy figures dip with season

Local apartment rents continued to rise during the third quarter despite flat vacancy rates. Average rents hit a record high of $787 without adjusting for inflation and vacancy remained flat at 6.1 percent, according a report released today by the Colorado Division of Housing. The vacancy figures are different from what division of housing spokesman… Continue Reading Rising rents and steady vacancy rates hold through new apartment construction

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Colorado Springs’ apartment sales market seems like it’s hot right now, but the numbers suggest it’s just getting back to “normal” after a sleepy few years. Continue Reading Apartment market returning to ‘normal’ in 2012

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Ho-hum numbers muffle commercial optimism

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Like broken records, commercial real estate brokers are repeating the same moderately upbeat refrain about the market conditions that they’ve been saying: “Well, it’s not getting worse.” Continue Reading Ho-hum numbers muffle commercial optimism

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Apartment vacancy rates in Colorado Springs were above the state average in the first quarter of this year. The city was also just one of a few metro areas in the state where vacancy rates were higher than last year. The vacancy rate was 6.4 percent in Colorado Springs, which was up from 5.8 percent… Continue Reading Springs apartment vacancy above state average

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The lower apartment vacancy rates and higher rents reported in last week’s survey from the Colorado Division of Housing are good for apartment property owners … Continue Reading Lower vacancy, higher rents good for apartment owners

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The Colorado Division of Housing reported last week that Colorado Springs average rental rate hit an all-time high in the second quarter of 2011 at $759 a month. But whether that’s really an all-time high and what that says about the market depends on whom you ask. Division of housing spokesman Ryan McMaken said median… Continue Reading Apartment vacancy rates prompt differing analysis

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The city’s traditional shopping malls are facing challenges filling retail space. Anchor tenants are leaving, and vacancies are high. Yet mall managers are trying to put a good face on the matter and insist their vacancy problems are only temporary. The city’s two traditional, shopping malls, The Citadel and Chapel Hills malls, won’t offer statistics… Continue Reading Springs’ shopping malls battling vacancy rates

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