While Colorado Springs apartment vacancy rates fell in the second quarter, rents increased. Apartment Insights, a quarterly apartment market report put together by apartment broker Doug Carter at Sperry Van Ness, reported a city-wide vacancy rate of 6.38 percent. The average rent increased $7 from the first quarter to $747 per unit. Rent citywide is […]

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