Orlando apartment vacancies down as 19,000 units are rented

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Apartment occupancy rates in the Orlando, Fla., market have swelled from 87.5 percent in 2009 to 94.5 percent, as 19,000 formerly vacant units are now filled, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

The pace of apartment construction has more than tripled since 2012, with 7,124 units under construction, the paper said, citing a semiannual report from Charles Wayne Consulting Inc. Source: orlandosentinel.com