The Southwest Idaho Chapter of the NARPM(National Association of Residential Property Managers) has released its findings from the 2022 Q1 Vacancy and Rental Trends survey. The report is as of March 31, 2022. This survey tracks key performance indicators and market trends for single and multi-family homes in the Ada and Canyon County region. There are a total of 10,352 units managed between the counties with a total of only 241 vacancies.
Q1 Vacancy Survey Results
The rental market has seen some very intriguing trends this quarter! The 1st quarter of 2022 closed out strong with a market vacancy rate of 2.33%. The data collected indicates that vacancy rates have increased marginally by 0.75% from the 4th quarter of 2021! This is exciting news but also shows the vacancy rate may be approaching its eventual plateau.
Ada County single-family rental rates increased this quarter by an average of $226 per unit, per month. However, multi-family rental rates increased by an average of $124 per month in the first quarter. The overall marketed rent rate for the combined single and multi-family comes in at $2,085 per month. To compare, that is a $519 or 33% increase per month based on the Q1 2021 Vacancy Survey.
Canyon County rental rates showed a lower increase in the second quarter of 2021 than the first. The rental rates for single-family homes showed an average monthly increase of $85. This puts the average rental rate at $1,747 per month. The current data illustrates that rental rates in Canyon County come in lower for both single and multi-family properties.
Rental Rate Comparison By County
Here are some of the key metrics for review that are broken down by respective counties.
Stay tuned for the Q2 results! If you would like more information on this report or would like to discuss how we can use our motto of “Less Hassle, More Happy” to assist in making the most of your investment, visit us here!