Vacancies are always at the forefront of any investors mind when it comes to property management. Each quarter, local property managers who are also members of NARPM (National Association of Property Management) contribute to and compile data collected for Ada and Canyon county in order to see the trending vacancy rates in our Treasure Valley. You can view the full report here, Q2 2019 Vacancy Report.
What is the purpose of a quarterly vacancy survey?
The purpose of this survey is to show vacancy and rental rate trends among single-family homes and multi-family units in Ada and Canyon County. Survey results are displayed by type (single or multi-family) & bedrooms (1-5) for the respective county.
How does this compare to last quarter vacancy rates?
The data collected indicates that the trends in Ada & Canyon county vacancy rates increased .5% from 3.4% in the first quarter of 2019 to 3.9% in the second quarter of 2019. Ada County went up 1.7% and Canyon County went up 1.0% this second quarter of the year. The slight increase in vacancies overall occurred in single-family dwellings in Ada County.
What do rents look like in the second quarter vacancy report?
Ada County single family marketed rental rates saw a increase of $25 per month per unit. Multi-family units in Ada County also increased by and average of $50 per month per unit in the first quarter of 2019. The overall marketed rent per unit increased $84 in Ada County making the average marketed rent rate $1450 per month.
In Canyon County rental rates were marketed at an increased overall rate of $92 putting the average at $1159. Single family homes had the largest increase in marketed monthly rents by $250 per unit and multi family units increased by $127 per unit. The substantial increase in single family rents is likely due to the lack of units that were reported vacant so there was a decrease in data to average.
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