Some thought that in 2014, already, the rental prices was already too high and couldn't sustain for long. The thing is, in 2015, it still sustains and show basically no sign of stopping growth. Some may feel it creepy. After all, the annual rent growth was, at September, +5.2%. And if all the the last 8 months shown a yearly-growth of +5%, so it still sustains. And one year ago, the rent growth was +4.1%. To continue on that line, 95.3% of apartments nationally are occupied. That's pretty high, meaning only 4.7% are free at this time. The most profitable appears to not be the suburb, but the urban constructions.