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Annual Apartment Survey 2007 “Are We There Yet?” Ken Danter The Danter Company Columbus Apartment Association May 17, 2007 Demographic Trends Employment Trends Housing Starts Single Family Trends Condominium Trends Apartment Trends Outline Demographic Trends Columbus MSA

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annual apartment survey 2007 are we there yet ken danter the danter company

Annual Apartment Survey2007“Are We There Yet?”Ken DanterThe Danter Company

Columbus Apartment AssociationMay 17, 2007

outline
Demographic Trends

Employment Trends

Housing Starts

Single Family Trends

Condominium Trends

Apartment Trends

Outline
apartment trends columbus ohio
Apartment Trends Columbus, Ohio
the future
Single family entry level construction to be below sustainable levels for 3 to 5 years

Continued conversions will reduce number of apartments in the market (and the same number of renters)

Decreasing vacancies to stabilize at 6% to 7% over the next two years

Rent increases of 1% to 1.5% per year

Declining concessions

The Future