Research

NAA Inflation Tracker: September 2022

CPI, Latest Release, August 2022  

Inflation ran higher than the consensus forecast, which called for a slight monthly decline in headline CPI and a 0.3% increase in core CPI. Instead,…
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Affordability Watch Q2 2022

To assess rental housing affordability at the market level, the National Apartment Association (NAA) analyzed rent-to-income percentages, which are based on residential lease applicants from…
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Apartment Jobs Snapshot Q2 2022

The apartment job market remained strong in the second quarter of 2022, because of the robust U.S labor market fueling apartment demand. In this edition of NAAEI’s Apartment Jobs Snapshot, employers…
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Summer 2022 Apartment Market Pulse

Approaching Volatility with Cautious Optimism
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Income/Expense IQ



What is Income/Expense IQ?

The National Apartment Association (NAA) in partnership with the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) launched a new income and expenses analysis experience,…
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2022 Apartment Housing Outlook

The delta variant of the coronavirus threw the U.S. economy for a loop during the third quarter, but by early December, signs that the recovery was back on track were broad-based. Job growth for the…
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Special Reports

Special Reports

Additional reports from NAA's Research Team.

Research Reflections

While Rent Was on The Rise In 2021, So Were Wages

The last quarter of 2021 recorded 9.9% year-over-year rent growth for the U.S on average. The uptick in rent prices…
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Built-to-Rent Fundamentals Beaming in Sun Belt Metros

Through steady returns and robust rent growth, built-to-rent (BTR) communities have become a major aspect of the single…
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Cities and Suburbs and the Gray Areas in Between

Although cities experienced a resurgence of population and apartment demand growth immediately following the recession,…
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