24
Mar

ApartmentWIZ at UNT Apartment Fair in Denton, TX

Apartment locators, Lorene Viquez and Jean-Paul Puryear were proud to represent ApartmentWIZ at the University of North Texas Apartment Fair.

Lorene and Jean-Paul helped many UNT students learn about apartments in Denton and other areas in the DFW Metroplex. ApartmentWIZ employee, Stephanie Higgins, also brightened the day of many students by offering free Starbucks gift cards, candy, and other goodies.

ApartmentWIZ UNT Apartment Fair

02
Oct

Top 5 Real Estate Innovations in Dallas-Fort Worth Area

Fresh new ideas on building development are beginning to circulate in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Developers have become more aware of the environmental concerns of future residents. They have also recognized that the modern resident wants more bang for their buck such as luxury chic amenities. New construction of upscale structures such as Cowboys Stadium is catapulting the real estate development of the area. To find more information on the top 5 innovations, click on Real Estate Innovations in Dallas-Fort Worth.

Dallas Victory Park Apartments

27
Aug

New Data Shows National Apartment Occupancy and Rent Rates Fall

A recent survey released by ALN Apartment Data shows interesting trends for the multi-family housing industry. In a comparison of July 2008 and July 2009, both occupancy rates and average rent rates have dropped considerably. In a time of economic uncertainty, these findings are good news for the tenant, but bad news for the apartment industry.

If the apartment industry is looking for signs of recovery, it will not find it in this recent report. Apartment communities need to maintain an average occupancy rate of around 90% in order to be profitable. This report shows many cities have slidden into the mid 80% occupancy range, and the rent rates have fallen in order to compete for the lack of demand. Read this National Rental and Vacancies Rankings in order to find how your city compares to others across the nation.

Unemployment and Occupancy Trends