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US rental occupancy nearing record high, according to RealPage

The current rental market shows striking similarities to the year 2000, according to RealPage’s Q3 report, which shows U.S. rental occupancy at 96.5 percent and growing closer to the peak of 96.8 percent posted 16 years ago...
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