DALLAS—Axiometrics, whose home city is among those with strong growth in both employment and apartment rents, says when the two don't jibe, “something other than job growth” is behind it.
By Paul Bubny|November 09, 2014 at 05:26 PM
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DALLAS—Nationally, monthly employment growth has exceeded 200,000 jobs for the past nine months. Locally, the progress has been more variable, and one indicator of this is the correlation between job growth and rent growth, which dovetail 83% of the time.
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