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Apartment rent trends by submarket

Published October 1, 2012

Use these interactive graphs to compare rent trends since 2000 by submarket. These graphs use the results of our fall survey of 20-unit and larger apartments in the Puget Sound region, published in the new edition of our Apartment Vacancy Report published on September 23rd.

From the "dashboard" tab, click the "All" box to clear the graphs, then select one market area, or two or more market areas if you want to compare performance.

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