Tertiary markets are the place to be for rent growth over the next five years, according to a new report from Markerr, while coastal markets are projected to underperform.

Allentown, PA, and Wichita, KS, are rated tops at 4.2% each followed by Bridgeport, CT and Greenville, SC, at 3.9%, and Syracuse and Albany at 3.8%.

Seattle (0.6%), San Antonio (0.6%), and Salt Lake City (0.5) pull up the rear among Markerr's top 100 markets, each expected to grow rent by a scant amount.

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