Report: Providence apartment market has among lowest turnover in nation

A REPORT BY RealPage that measured the retention rate of residents in the country's 50 largest markets found 61 percent of tenants in Providence renewed their leases in 2018, among the lowest turnover in the nation. / PBN PHOTO/MARY MACDONALD
PROVIDENCE – Sixty-one percent of tenants in Providence renewed their leases in 2018, a new report found, among the lowest turnover in the nation. RealPage Inc. found the resident retention rate among the country’s 50 largest markets ranged from 46 percent to 62 percent. Milwaukee and Newark-Jersey City, N.J., topped the list, with 61.9 percent…

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