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Rent and Operating Trends Data - January 8th 2023
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Rent and Operating Trends – Week of January 8th 2023

Employment closed out the year on a continued high note as 223,000 jobs were added to the workforce in December, exceeding analyst estimates of 200,000 jobs. Despite headlines focusing on major layoffs in the tech industry, the overall employment market remains healthy as we enter 2023.

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Rent and Operating Trends Week of December 18th 2022

As the holidays approach, this will be the last RAOT report of the year, and we will continue our weekly reports in the new year. First and foremost, we would like to thank you for your interest, your feedback, and your input as we’ve grown Radix and the RAOT report over the past year.

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Rent and Operating Trends Week of December 11th

As we approach the end of 2022, the last few major economic indicators will be released this week. The Consumer Price Index decelerated once again in November falling to 7.1% on an annualized basis from 7.7% in October.

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Rent and Operating Trends Week of December 4th

Last week was a strong week for economic indicators as both the GDP and employment report exceeded analysts’ expectations. In its second estimate, GDP was revised upward to an annualized rate of 2.9% in the third quarter.

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Chart Of The Week – Change in NER by MSA

Through our real-time data, we are building a series of visuals, charts, and graphs depicting the most important trends in the multifamily industry. This week we are analyzing the change in NER by MSA.

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Rent and Operating Trends Week of November 27th

After a short and quiet Thanksgiving week, economic data releases return in full force with a number of metrics set to be shared this week. GDP and November employment data will likely dominate the headlines, but the Personal Consumption Expenditures index, the Fed’s preferred inflation gauge, will be announced.

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