Items Tagged with 'Multifamily market'

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  • Even tariffs might not slow multifamily construction

    Multifamily construction doesn't seem ready to wind down despite rising costs...yet
    There are few things that make multifamily developers nervous quite like overbuilding, and right now, despite significant increases in cost, multifamily construction is still chugging along a little faster than most multifamily pros seem to think it should be. What gives?
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  • NAA: Multifamily parking ratios lowest since 1960s

    Impending autonomous cars, ride-sharing, affordability, legislation are pushing parking ratios down
    Parking ratios for multifamily properties are falling in most metros thanks to urbanization and changing attitudes toward car ownership. According to a study from National Apartment Association, over the last decade, the average parking ratio per unit dropped to 1.46, the lowest it has been since the 1960s.
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  • Rent just jumped to an all-time high

    New report shows nationwide rent crosses $1,400
    We’ve known that the rent may be too damn high for quite a while now, but a new report shows that rent has never been this high before. Newly released data from RentCafé and Yardi Matrix shows that nationwide apartment rents just hit an all-time high in June, crossing the $1,400 threshold for the first time ever.
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  • RealPage: Rent growth continues slow slide, but multifamily remains healthy

    Large delivery numbers are slowing rent growth, but strong demand is keeping occupancy up
    Rents are increasing at the slowest rate in eight years, according to a report from RealPage. Though the run of annual growth has reached a record 32 quarters, the continued delivery of new units has taken its toll on rent growth, slowing it to 2.3%. But there are several silver linings in this cloud.
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  • How to survive the inevitable ups and downs in multifamily

    Use data to fight the booms and busts
    [Expert commentary] Markets, including the U.S. housing economy, aren’t always rational. No matter how many booms and busts markets endure, there is always a temptation to think “this time, it’s different. This time, the value of my property may continue to increase another quarter or another year.” So, how do you deal with the ebbs and flows?
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  • Walker & Dunlop hires new senior vice president to help with $2 billion sales effort

    Adds Bobby Gatling as senior vice president of investment sales
    Walker & Dunlop wants to increase it's investment sales volume by $2 billion and hired Bobby Gatling away from CBRE to help with the effort. In his new role, Gatling will be responsible for originating and executing the sale of multifamily assets in Central and North Florida.
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  • An inside look at HousingWire’s multifamily expansion

    Coverage focuses on lending and real estate trends impacting owners, builders, investors
    HousingWire announced its expansion into multifamily real estate and lending coverage in April. Today, CEO Clayton Collins leads an interview with Editor Ben Lane to dive deep into HousingWire's multifamily coverage model.
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