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Las Vegas Multifamily Market Report

Apartment
Las Vegas Metro Area, Third Quarter 2017

Healthy job growth in office-using, hospitality sectors drives rental demand. Amid rising payrolls in the professional and business services and hospitality sectors, household growth is prompting demand for rentals.More

Los Angeles Multifamily Market Report

Apartment
Los Angeles County, Fourth Quarter 2017

Diversified job growth, tight vacancy await uptick in apartment deliveries. Over the past year, the Los Angeles economy has witnessed diversified employment expansion driven by the creation of more than 30,000 education and health-related positions.More

Milwaukee Multifamily Market Report

Multifamily
Milwaukee Metro Area, Fourth Quarter 2017

Bright future ahead for Milwaukee economy and real estate. Stable household growth and greater affordability in the rental market than in homeownership portend to strong tenant demand this year.More

Minneapolis Multifamily Market Report

Apartment
Minneapolis-St. Paul Metro Area, Fourth Quarter 2017

Demand for apartments keeps vacancy low. Employment gains continue to surpass the national growth rate as employers recruit workers to fill the tens of thousands of open positions.More

New York Multifamily Market Report

Apartment
New York City, Fourth Quarter 2017

Numerous high-wage industries generating stable base of renter households. Powered by a diverse employment spectrum and containing more than 8.5 million residents, New York City benefits from a consistent supply of new households.More

North Carolina Multifamily Market Report

Apartment
North Carolina Metros, Fourth Quarter 2017

Class C rentals fill up in Raleigh and Charlotte, bolstering rent growth. Above-average construction pipelines in the North Carolina metros are placing upward pressure on vacancy rates this year.More