Category Archives: Forecast

ULI Forecast Predicts Moderate Growth for Economy, CRE

The U.S. economy and CRE industry are, in general, expected to experience moderate growth through much of 2019, according to a new three-year economic forecast from the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Center for Capital Markets and Real Estate. Eight ULI … 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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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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Market Pulse for December 2016

Market Pulse section compiled by Suzann Silverman. To comment, email ssilverman@cpexecutive.com. Multifamily Starts: According to the Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, multifamily housing starts—both two to four unit buildings and buildings with five or … Continue reading

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Market Pulse for August 2016

Market Pulse section compiled by Suzann Silverman. To comment, email ssilverman@cpexecutive.com. Multifamily Starts: Housing starts of buildings with five or more units rose by 1.3 percent over the month of May 2016 to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 396,000. … Continue reading

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3 Baby Boomer Housing Must-Haves

It’s no secret that baby boomers are a diverse group when it comes to how they’re living–one size definitely does not fit all. However, they’ll need to address housing issues at some point, whether it’s downsizing to an active adult … Continue reading

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Oil Price Dip, Global Slowdown Create Crosscurrents For U.S.

Oil pumpjacks are seen in McKenzie County in western North Dakota. Cuts in production and energy company payrolls will cost the U.S. economy up to $150 billion, economist David Kotok of Cumberland Advisors projects. Matthew Brown/AP Continued job growth has … Continue reading

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