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Vacancy rates remained very low throughout most of 2022, finishing at an annual rate of 1.2%, however, Q4 saw a significant rise to 2.3%. While it is too early to definitively state the multi-family building over the last two years has changed supply, there does appear to be some increase in days units are on the market. Studio, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom had rates below 1%.
Average rental rates increased 11.4% in 2022, with 1-bedroom & 2-bedroom multi-plex increasing 18.1% and 15.7% respectively. Rental rate increases began to decelerate towards the end of 2022 as vacancy rates and days on market have begun to rise.