Category Archives: Multifamily

U.S. Multifamily Market Remarkably Consistent, Remains Top Investment Class

New research by Yardi Matrix and NKF reveal a host of interesting trends within the multifamily sector. Not only has the U.S. multifamily industry exhibited remarkable consistency, it remains a darling asset class for investors. Rents increased by $5 in … Continue reading

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Apartment Rents Expected to Rise Faster Than Inflation in 2019

Rents are likely to rise faster for older, class-B apartments in 2019 than for any other class of apartment property. “We expect Class-B to continue to have the strongest average rent growth, as it has through recent history,” says Andrew … Continue reading

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Five Steps to Smart Multifamily Investments

Home ownership rates have fallen in recent years due to rising home values and stricter underwriting standards. As a result of this and the increase in the number of people 34 and under—the prime rental age—more U.S. households are renting … Continue reading

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Yardi: Multifamily rent growth shows no signs of tiring

Rents are still on their way up nationwide. The industry just posted the seventh consecutive month with an all-time high average rent. According to a report from Yardi, average rent in the U.S. rose $2 in august to $1,412 per month, … Continue reading

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American Dream Shifts, Multifamily Market Benefits

The housing market is showing signs of cooling off. Yet, housing demand and affordability has emerged as a hot topic. Marcus & Millichap’s Hessam Nadji told CNBC that the shift now being experienced in the housing sector can be tied … Continue reading

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Five Sub-Markets with the Most New Apartment Units

Here are the top five submarkets that saw the opening of the most new apartment units over the year that ended in the second quarter of 2018. New apartment construction on a national basis may be slowing down a bit … Continue reading

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Another Decade Of Positive Rental Growth Could Be On The Horizon For Multifamily

The past 10 years have been good to multifamily developers and owners. Fueled by housing shortages and a rush of young professionals into urban cores, rents are expected to increase on average by 3.8% this year. In the post-recession market, … Continue reading

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