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Seattle Multifamily Market Report

Multifamily
Seattle-Tacoma Metro Area, Fourth Quarter 2017

High cost of homeownership grows the renter pool. An undersupply of for-sale housing at an affordable price point for most in downtown Seattle and the surrounding areas ensures continued demand for rentals.More

South Carolina Multifamily Market Report

Multifamily
South Carolina Metro Area, Fourth Quarter 2017

Demand/supply disparity increases vacancy. Slow employment gains in 2017, along with an active delivery cycle, have pushed up vacancy in the three South Carolina metros. As the unemployment rate falls below 4 percent in each of the markets, the lack of available workers leaves many positions unfilled, slowing rental demand.More

South Florida Multifamily Market Report

Multifamily
South Florida, Fourth Quarter 2017

Positive in-migration trends and sturdy single-family home appreciation ensure steady demand for rentals. Supported by one of the strongest labor markets in the country right now, South Florida’s economy is performing markedly well.More

Tampa Multifamily Market Report

Multifamily
Tampa-St. Petersburg Metro Area, Fourth Quarter 2017

Construction rising to new heights. Deliveries are soaring as major redevelopment projects get underway and residential growth spreads outward.More

Tennessee Multifamily Market Report

Multifamily
Tennessee Metros, Fourth Quarter 2017

Job creation supporting housing demand in Tennessee metros; cyclical high in development impacting local operations. Steady employment growth in the largest Tennessee metros is expanding residential demand as these positions fill, prompting a rise in apartment construction.More

Washington, D.C. Multifamily Market Report

Multifamily
Washington, D.C., Fourth Quarter 2017

Steady growth in high-wage professionals spurring rental demand. Buoyed by numerous high-wage industries including government, defense contractors and engineering, the Washington, D.C., metro is generating a consistent pace of economic growth.More