Finding an apartment in Northwest Arkansas is more expensive, and just as hard, as it was a year ago.
Apartment occupancy has reached an all-time high in Fayetteville.
Average occupancy hit 98.5 percent in the four major cities, the highest rate recorded since the inception of the survey in 2010.
Average occupancy hit 98 percent in the four major cities across Northwest Arkansas.
Record enrollment at the University of Arkansas is keeping apartments full in Northwest Arkansas even with all of the new student housing projects being built in Fayetteville.
Finding an apartment in Northwest Arkansas is no easier than it was a year ago.
The Northwest Arkansas apartment market continues on an upward path for both rental rates and occupancies. In other words, it’s a good time to own an apartment complex.
Occupancy rates hit 97 percent at the end of 2012, up from 94 percent in July 2012.