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Year-over-year Rent Growth Continues to Decelerate


Today, in the Calculated Risk Real Estate Newsletter: Year-over-year Rent Growth Continues to Decelerate

A brief excerpt: The rental market has changed significantly from 2021 and the first half of 2022.

Here is a graph of the year-over-year (YoY) change for these measures since January 2015. Most of these measures are through January 2023, except CoreLogic is through December and Apartment List is through February 2023.

Note that new lease measures (Zillow, Apartment List) dipped early in the pandemic, whereas the BLS measures were steady. Then new leases took off, and the BLS measures are picking up.

The CoreLogic measure is up 6.4% YoY in December, down from 7.5% in November, and down from a peak of 13.9% in April 2022.

The Zillow measure is up 6.9% YoY in January, down from 7.5% YoY in December, and down from a peak of 17.0% YoY in February 2022.

The ApartmentList measure is up 3.0% YoY as of February, down from 3.3% in January, and down from a peak of 18.0% YoY November 2021.

Rents are still increasing YoY, and we should expect this to continue to spill over into measures of inflation. The Owners’ Equivalent Rent (OER) was up 7.8% YoY in January, from 7.5% YoY in November – and might increase further in the coming months even as rents slow.There is much more in the article. You can subscribe at

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