Radix Weekly Data Report – June 24th
Both Traffic and Leases Are Showing Signs of Improvement

With the Fourth of July on the horizon, we continue to see positive developments when it comes to leading indicators in the apartment industry, according to new data from Radix. On a national basis, both traffic and leases were slightly down on a week-over-week basis during the seven days ending on June 24. However, traffic […]

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Radix Weekly Data Report – June 17th
Leading Indicators Continue to Improve from Pandemic Impact

The seven-day period ending on June 17 brought more good news for the apartment industry, according to our most recent data report. The data reaffirmed the positive trends we saw during the preceding week, and it is becoming clearer that all the leading indicators are on the mend and are erasing year-over-year deficits. On a […]

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Radix Weekly Data Report – June 10th

Signs of Optimism for the Apartment Market With states opening up from their pandemic shutdowns, May’s employment numbers were a pleasant surprise (finally, some good news!) It looks like these trends are positively impacting the apartment industry. During the week ending on June 10, we saw some of the most encouraging signs of improvement in […]

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Radix Weekly Data Report – June 3rd

At Radix, we’ve been keeping a close eye on both national and local performance data as the pandemic unfolds. As June arrives and the summer begins, I think we all wish we could just undo 2020 and start anew. During the week ending on June 3, most of the major performance metrics were flat to […]

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Radix Weekly Data Report – May 27

Rent Declines Are Accelerating as Pandemic Goes On With every state starting to re-open in various ways, we are still seeing improvements in some metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) in terms of traffic and leases, and mixed results in other areas. During the week ending on May 27, for example, Atlanta, Austin and Orlando showed week-over-week […]

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Radix Weekly Data – May 20th

Up from the Pandemic Low: Leading Indicators Show More WoW Improvement While coronavirus lockdowns are not over yet, as of May 20, all 50 states were starting to re-open to some degree, according to The Wall Street Journal. The East and West Coasts are re-opening more gradually. As I mentioned in my last blog, the […]

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