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Fort Worth, TX

The 171,800-unit market-rate, investment-grade Fort Worth apartment market remained tight in 2017 despite the addition of 2,110 new units. Net absorption totaled nearly 2,400 for the year, and the vacancy rate fell 20 basis points to 3.5%. The rate edged up 10 basis points in the fourth quarter. The vacancy rate was still 3.5% in January 2018. In 2017, the average asking rent increased 4.5% to $932 per month, and the average effective rent was up 5.1% to $895 per month. Rents increased 0.5% by both measures in January 2018 after having risen 0.5% and 0.7% in the fourth quarter. VIEW APARTMENT LISTINGS >
The 143.4-million-square-foot Fort Worth warehouse/distribution market had a big year in 2017, with even bigger years forecast to follow. Last year saw 1.8 million square feet of new space added, 2.8 million square feet of net absorption, and a vacancy rate that fell 80 basis points to 10.3%. The rate was down 20 basis points in the fourth quarter. The average asking rent increased 2.7% over the year to $4.26 psf, with the average effective rent up 3.2% to $3.82 psf. The fourth quarter gains are 0.7% and 1.1%, respectively. Occupancy and rents were flat in January 2018. Fort WorthÂ’s small 10.7-million-square-foot Flex/R&D market has a vacancy rate of 9.3%, down 100 basis points in 2017, an average asking rent of $7.22 psf, up 1.8%, and an average effective rent of $6.29 psf, up 1.9%. The vacancy rate edged up to 9.5% in January 2018, but rents increased by 0.3% asking and 0.5% effective that month. VIEW INDUSTRIAL LISTINGS >
The 25.9-million-square-foot Fort Worth general purpose, multi-tenant office market had a rough year in 2017, but the damage took place in the first half. Net absorption totaled minus 413,000 square feet through the second quarter as the vacancy rate rose 200 basis points, but plus 234,000 square feet in the second half, as the rate fell 40 basis points to 17.5%. Rents managed to edge up for the second year in a row despite negative net absorption. In 2017, the average asking rent was up just 0.9% to $20.70 psf, with the average effective rent up 0.8% to $16.96 psf, including gains of 0.3% and 0.4%, respectively, in the fourth quarter. Overall rents were up 0.3% by both measures in January 2018. VIEW OFFICE LISTINGS >
The 29.4-million-square-foot Fort Worth community-neighborhood shopping center market is much less active, with 198,000 square feet added in 2017 but no projects under construction within Reis submarkets. The vacancy rate ended 2017 at 11.1%, up 40 basis points over the year and 20 during the fourth quarter. Net absorption was minus 73,000 square feet in the second half of the year. The average asking rent was up 1.7% in 2017 to $15.69 psf, with the average effective rent up 1.8% to $13.87 psf. The fourth quarter increase was 0.5% by both measures. The year 2018 got off to a good start, as the vacancy rate fell ten basis points, the average asking rent rose 0.3%, and the average effective rent was up 0.2% in January. VIEW RETAIL LISTINGS >

Source: Data provided by Reis, inc.

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