Texas Rising - April/May 2011

Apartment lease revenue gains in 2010

Austin lease revenue is up 11%. Dallas is up 6.6%. Fort Worth is up 5.9%. San Antonio is up 5.7%.

Revenues from apartment leasing in Austin rose by 11 percent in 2010, leading three other Texas cities posting more than 5 percent increases. A survey of 23 markets by ALN Apartment Data Inc. reported that the Dallas market increased 6.6 percent, the second highest year-over-year leasing revenue increase.

Source: The Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University

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  • Tighter Budgets and Smarter Buys: City of Deer Park, City of Farmers Branch;
  • Teaming Up to Attract New Investments: NewQuest Properties;
  • JET Keeps Midland’s Oil Fields Trucking: Midland College;

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