Metro Denver apartment vacancies fall to a 13-year low

Metro Denver apartment vacancies reached a 13-year low, falling to 4.2% during the second quarter of 2013.  As the vacancy rates moved down, the area’s average rent increased.  During the second quarter of 2013, the average rent in metro Denver rose to $1,022, increasing 4.3%, or $43, from 2012’s second-quarter average rent of $979.  Average rents for all counties were: Adams, $933; Arapahoe, $979; Boulder/Broomfield, $1,194; Denver, $1,025; Douglas, $1,242; and Jefferson, $1,003.
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