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Posted by HenryJDaniels on July 29, 2016

According to a recently released report by Harvard University, the inflation-adjusted increase in rents from 2013 to 2015 was the highest increase over any two-year period since 1987.  The official US government numbers cited in the report are supported by private research, which show an even larger jump in rents.  Government research shows 3.5% average annual rent increases for 2015, while private research shows 5% average annual rent increases.  Some markets like Portland, San Francisco, Fort Myers and Denver are showing annual rent increases of 10% or more.

Part of the rise in rents is due to the fact that rental vacancies are at their lowest levels of the past 20 years.  As a real estate investors this assures that your investments will continue to grow

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