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Manufactured Housing Research Report

Multifamily
National Report, First Half 2015

The need for more affordable and retirement homes is generating demand for manufactured housing. During 2014, the shipment of manufactured homes throughout the nation rose 6.8 percent on the heels of a 9.7 percent jump in the prior 12 months.More

Atlanta Apartment Research Report

Apartment
Atlanta Metro Area, First Quarter 2015

Accelerating rental demand and a focus on urban living are driving development of multifamily assets in the core of Atlanta.  Employment growth shows no signs of slowing as the metro continues to enjoy a strong influx of corporate relocations and expansions led by Comcast and Mercedes-Benz.More

Austin Apartment Research Report

Apartment
Austin Metro Area, First Quarter 2015

Austin’s apartment market remains poised for another strong year in 2015 thanks to above-average job growth, in-migration and household formation. Elevated hiring in the tech sector, in particular, will continue to support outsized expansion in Austin’s prime renter age cohort, which this year is forecast to grow at a rate five times the U.S. average.More

Boston Apartment Research Report

Apartment
Boston Metro Area, First Quarter 2015

Increasing staff numbers in technology, healthcare and bioscience companies will assist in overall employment growth, bringing new apartment dwellers to the Boston metro.More

Chicago Apartment Research Report

Apartment
Chicago Metro Area, First Quarter 2015

Construction is soaring as solid employment growth is driving demand for apartments in Chicago. This year employers will add thousands of additional jobs as business conditions improve.More

Cincinnati Apartment Research Report

Apartment
Cincinnati Metro Area, First Quarter 2015

Cincinnati employers continue to grow, restoring jobs to the 2007 peak and generating demand for apartments by new households. Office-using businesses hired 9,000 staff last year, supporting absorption in luxury apartments near employers and entertainment.More