- U.S. Apartment Vacancies Rise for the First Time Since 2009 “The U.S. apartment-vacancy rate rose for the first time in almost five years, a sign that supply is starting to catch up to rental demand after a boom in multifamily construction. The vacancy rate rose to 4.2 percent in the third quarter from 4.1 percent the previous t
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