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Atlanta Multifamily Market Report

Apartment
Third Quarter 2018

Steady in-migration supports housing demand. A healthy pace of hiring since 2010 and a relatively lower cost of living than many major markets have motivated many individuals to move to the Atlanta metro. More

Austin Multifamily Market Report

Apartment
Third Quarter 2018

Tenant demand strong for top-tier properties. Class A vacancy retreated from a high of 6.3 percent in mid-2016 to 5.4 percent in June, the lowest level since 2014.More

Bay Area Multifamily Market Report

Multifamily
Third Quarter 2018

Construction lull, robust employment growth keep vacancy compressed. The resilient Bay Area economies, spurred by exceptional growth in tech, semiconductors and biotech, have generated unemployment rates that were last recorded in the late 1990s.More

Baltimore Multifamily Market Report

Apartment
Third Quarter 2018

Renewed job growth helping rental demand meet supply wave. Employers in Baltimore are expected to hire more than twice as many people this year than they did in 2017, with an emphasis on adding more doctors, nurses and educators to the metro.More

Boston Multifamily Market Report

Apartment
Third Quarter 2018

Class C leasing fuels overall net absorption. An influx of new units and elevated rents have begun to weigh on Boston’s Class A apartment vacancy rate, which has climbed 200 basis points since 2011.More

Central Valley, CA Multifamily Market Report

Apartment
Third Quarter 2018

Healthy job creation cultivates demand across asset classes.  Hiring velocity in the Central Valley continues to outpace the national rate of increase, fueling population gains in a region known for its lower cost of living. More