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Rentals Slowing Down

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School is in and the rental market slows down. The above graph shows our lower vacancy factor which I believe will continue to go down. The vacancy isn't going down because of huge demand. It's going down because fewer renters want to move during this time of the year. Does lower activity mean lower demand? I think so. We're really seeing that with the single family homes. All summer long they were flying off the board with great rent increases and now, we're really trying to get them rented up before winter hits and no one wants to move. The smaller multi-family properties like apartments seem to be doing just fine.

10-02-2013
Tony Drost
Boise Area Rental Market
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