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No, not my company's portfolio! Those number belong to American Homes for Rent. Here is a list of the top cities where AH4R operates:

2014 numbers:

City SFR % of portfolio
Dallas-Fort Worth, TX 2837 8.2%
Indianapolis, IN 2675 7.7%
Atlanta, GA 2257 6.5%
Charlotte, NC 1975 5.7%
Greater Chicago (IL,IN) 1968 5.7%
Cincinnati, OH 1776 5.1%
Houston, TX 1772 5.1%
Tampa, FL 1486 4.3%
Phoenix, AZ 1381 4.0%
Jacksonville, FL 1357 3.9%
All Others 15115 43.7%

2013 (last year) numbers:

City SFR % of portfolio
Dallas-Fort Worth, TX 2085 9.0%
Indianapolis, IN 2021 8.7%
Greater Chicago (IL,IN) 1519 6.5%
Atlanta, GA 1461 6.3%
Cincinnati, OH 1244 5.3%
Houston, TX 1223 5.3%
Charlotte, NC 1058 4.5%
Nashville, TN 994 4.3%
Jacksonville, FL 974 4.2%
Phoenix, AZ 962 4.1%
All Other 9727 41.8%

So, by the numbers AH4R was still buying pretty consistently throughout it's territory. Here are the Year over Year unit growth numbers (as a percentage growth by unit count by city):

City Y/Y change
Dallas-Fort Worth, TX 36.1%
Indianapolis, IN 32.4%
Atlanta, GA 54.5%
Charlotte, NC 86.7%
Greater Chicago (IL,IN) 29.6%
Cincinnati, OH 42.8%
Houston, TX 44.9%
Tampa, FL Unknown
Phoenix, AZ 43.6%
Jacksonville, FL 39.3%

Sources:

2014 annual report

2013 annual report

thanks for sharing!  In Dec I spoke with a American homes 4 rent guy at a county auction.  He said they were recently able to buy more properties here because other big buyers had decreased their number of purchases.  I realize that is anecdotal but may explain the increase in percentages.  

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