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TOPICS: Multifamily

  • Demand Driving the Multifamily Market

    The deluge of new supply has finally had an ever-so-slight impact on multifamily vacancy rates. The national vacancy rate increased 10 basis points for the second quarter in a row to 4.5%, a 30-basis point increase year-over-year, according to REIS’ Q4 2…

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  • Supply & Demand in Sync for Multifamily

    The combination of healthy job growth creating steady demand, coupled with slightly less new construction than expected, has resulted in a balancing act between supply and demand for the multifamily sector.

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  • Multifamily Isn’t Scared of New Supply

    U.S. and Atlanta Multifamily Q2 Market Update Any concerns that a strengthening housing market could negatively affect an oversupplied multifamily market can be put to bed. As housing prices soar, more and more people continue to rent. As we report…

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  • Steady Demand Continues for Multifamily

    U.S. and Atlanta Market Update The honeymoon phase may be over for multifamily, but the sector still has a pretty strong foundation. In the first quarter 2017, the vacancy rate increased in 39 of the 79 metros REIS tracks. The national vacancy rate in…

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  • Multifamily Construction Slows but Demand Isn't Going Anywhere

    Q4 U.S. AND ATLANTA MARKET UPDATE The vacancy rate limbo continued through Q4 for multifamily. How low can you go? If you’re the apartment market, the answer is “pretty low.” The national vacancy rate to end 2016 was 4.1% in Q4, (down from 4.2% in Q3 …

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  • Multifamily Q3 2016: Developers Stop Sprinting

    U.S. and Atlanta Market Update It seems developers are finally reacting to the high volumes of construction we’ve been seeing for multifamily. Over the last 12 months, the total number of units completed was 193,660, which is a decline from Q2’s 12-mo…

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  • Multifamily: Keep an Eye on the Horizon

    U.S. and Atlanta Multifamily Market Update Q2 2016 Nationally, vacancy is trending up slightly and rent growth is slowing, while new construction shows no signs of stopping. The multifamily market is like a perfect day at the beach. Even with a few cl…

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  • For Multifamily, Moderation Reigns Supreme in 2016

    The multifamily market may be losing its model status, but it still has its “girl next door” good looks. Despite an increase in vacancy, the apartment market is in pretty good shape with rental rates still on the rise in Q1. The vacancy rate has incre…

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  • Multifamily Investment Strategy for 2016

    For those who are concerned about an end to the good times for the multifamily sector, don’t fret yet. I spoke with Jim Schroder, CFO of Tribridge Residential, which has $1.3 billion of multifamily property under management in the U.S. Schroder said that…

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  • Multifamily Q4 Market Update

    If the multifamily sector were a party, technically it would be over, but there were some latecomers who are just starting to have a good time. To spell out a metaphor, the latecomers are the smaller markets that are just now enjoying the recovery par…

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