Even with thousands of new apartments, DFW outpaces U.S. rental rate growth

Even with 42,500 apartment units in the North Texas pipeline, landlords and developers are still upping their rental rates by at least 4.6 percent year-over-year in the region — outpacing the rest of the United States.

In Dallas, apartment rents grew annually by 4.6 percent, and in Fort Worth rates climbed 6.8 percent year-over-year — which was high enough to rank No. 7 in the United States for rental growth.

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