Monthly Archives: February 2017

Ten-X: Top Five Markets for Great Apartment Investments

Sacramento, Las Vegas, Dallas, Atlanta and Phoenix are the top five markets in the United States that will be great places for multifamily investments, according to research from Ten-X. The Irvine, CA-headquartered real estate marketplace company indicated that the reason … Continue reading

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Survey reveals Americans’ top investment choice: Real estate

The crash in housing prices that walloped the economy over the past decade no longer seems to haunt Americans as it did during the recession. For the first time in three years, real estate was the most popular investment option … Continue reading

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Market Pulse for March 2017

Market Pulse section compiled by IvyLee Rosario. To comment, email ivylee.rosario@cpe-mhn.com. Multifamily Starts: According to the U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, starts of buildings with five or more units continued to show wide … Continue reading

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Single-Family Housing Supply Falls to Record Low, Tight Market Strengthens Apartment Demand

Wage growth and rising household formation are generating healthy demand for housing. The for-sale market is stuck in neutral, however, as tight supply, rising mortgage rates and upward pressure on existing home prices have muted growth. Limited for-sale inventory and … Continue reading

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January 2017 Market Trends

After a tumultuous 2016, the national apartment market began 2017 on an even keel, as annual effective rent growth declined by only 1 basis point (bps) to 2.1% and the average rent level increased for the first time in five … Continue reading

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