Twin Cities Rental Revue - Shadow & Apartment Market Data
Need rent data for Minneapolis, St Paul, or the Twin Cities suburbs?
Curious about how apartment rents are impacted by the shadow rental market of single family homes, duplexes, and townhomes?
If so, check out the MADACS award-winning Twin Cities Rental Revue.
Twin Cities Rental Revue is a quarterly report that provides median rents for both apartments and the shadow market (single family, duplex, and townhome rentals) by bedroom size and for each of 66 sub-markets in the Twin Cities Metro for a low annual subscription price of $469/year.
"Twin Cities Rental Revue has quickly become our go-to source when analyzing the rental market."
~ Brenda Hvambsal, Steven Scott Management
"If your company wants a better understanding of the rental market, I recommend that you subscribe to Twin Cities Rental Revue"
~ Angie French, Oaks Properties
Check out our sample report from Q1 2018 below, and when you're ready to subscribe, contact Josh Dye at email@example.com!
*Twin Cities Rental Revue won in 2012 for "Outstanding Product Innovation." MADACS (Multi Housing Achievement in Design & Community Service) is a competitive award competition hosted by the Minnesota Multi Housing Association.
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The Twin Cities Rental Revue database observes between 10,000 to 15,000 unique rental vacancy listings per month in the Twin Cities, reporting on the each listing's building type, bedroom size, and rent amount in addition to a variety of other market characteristics.
Data from Twin Cities Rental Revue has been used for in government, academic, and market research, as well as a variety of collaborative projects in the region ranging from transportation studies to rent reasonableness to fair housing analyses.
To discuss a custom data request or to learn more about Twin Cities Rental Revue can help your organization or research project, contact Dan Hylton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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