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The pace of apartment rent growth is slowing, according to a report from RealPage. While it seems to be a seasonal issue, the news comes at a bad time for multifamily investors and property owners as rising inflation creates a greater need for investment hedging.

First the good news: Year over year, rents were up 13.1%. That compares to average annual rent growth between 3% and 4% during the last decade, the report noted. In 2015, prices jumped a bit more than 5%.

 

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