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San Antonio, TX

Apartment
The 174,328-unit San Antonio apartment market remained tight at the end of 2017, but the vacancy rate increased 50 basis points over the year to 5.4% as a result of more than 4,300 units of new supply, part of a long running boom here. The rate increased 30 basis points in the fourth quarter and edged up to 5.6% in January 2018. The average asking rent was up 3.4% during 2017 to $904 per month, but the average effective rent was up just 2.8% to $865 per month. The fourth quarter gains were 0.6% asking and 0.4% effective. Overall rents were up 0.4% by both measures in January 2018. VIEW APARTMENT LISTINGS >
Industrial
A surge of new supply lifted the vacancy rate in San AntonioÂ’s 42.7-million-square-foot warehouse/distribution space market by 120 basis points in the fourth quarter of 2017. The 9.6% rate was up 160 basis points over the year on 955,000 square feet of new supply and just 215,000 square feet of net absorption. The average asking rent was up 2.5% over the year to $5.28 psf, with the average effective rent up 2.7% to $4.94 psf. The fourth quarter increase of 0.8% by both measures was followed by flat rents and occupancy in January 2018. The 8.96-million-square-foot San Antonio Flex/R&D market, on the other hand, was weak in 2017 with no new supply within Reis submarkets, minus 44,000 square feet of net absorption, and a 7.1% vacancy rate that was up 50 basis points over the year and up 60 during the fourth quarter. Even so, the average asking rent increased 3.3% during the year to $8.70 psf, with the average effective rent up 3.6% to $8.01 psf. The fourth quarter gains were 0.7% and 0.8%, respectively. Both occupancy and rents were flat in January 2018. VIEW INDUSTRIAL LISTINGS >
Office
The 30-million-square-foot general purpose, multi-tenant San Antonio office market had a big year for new supply in 2017, with 661,000 square feet added, but the vacancy rate was up just 10 basis points over the year to 15.9%. All the space was added in the first half of the year, with the vacancy rate reaching 16.5% at mid-year and then falling. The overall vacancy rate edged up to 16.0% in January 2018. As 2017 ended, the average asking rent was $21.88 psf, and the average effective rent was $17.61 psf after strong gains of 4.2% and 4.5% over the year. The fourth quarter increases were 1.0% and 1.1%, respectively. Overall rents were flat in January 2018. VIEW OFFICE LISTINGS >
Retail
The 29.9-million-square-foot San Antonio community-neighborhood shopping center market had just 85,000 square feet of new supply in 2017. The vacancy rate ended 2017 at 9.0%, down 70 basis points over the year and down 30 during the fourth quarter. It was unchanged in January 2018. Rents are low, and rent gains are modest but consistent here. In 2017, the average asking rent was $16.25 psf, up 2.2% over the year, and the average effective rent was $14.49 psf, up 2.4%. The fourth quarter increase was 1.1% by both measures and was followed by a gain of 0.2% by both measures in January 2018. VIEW RETAIL LISTINGS >

Source: Data provided by Reis, inc.

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