More than 25,000 apartments will open their doors in Dallas-Fort Worth this year — more than in any other metro area in the country.
Developers and market analysts are betting that there will be enough tenants to fill all the new rental units. With more than 100,000 new jobs in North Texas this year, they have reason to be optimistic.
“Employment growth has been the tailwind this entire economic cycle and that has continued to push forward,” said John Sebree, national director with Marcus & Millichap, one of the country’s top apartment brokers. “There is a lot of conversation about are we getting overbuilt in apartments?
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