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Apartment rent and occupancy hit record highs in November


A “For Rent” sign posted in front of an apartment building on June 02, 2021 in San Francisco, California.

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Apartment rent growth and occupancy set new records in November, yet another sign that the nation’s housing market isn’t following seasonal patterns this year. Rent growth and occupancy usually cool heading into winter.

Apartment occupancy hit a new high of 97.5% in November, according to RealPage, a real estate technology platform. The rate is up roughly 250 basis points from the long-term norm of about 95% going back over the past three decades.

The annual increase in asking rents for new move-in leases hit 13.9% in November. Renewal lease rent growth…


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