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Miami-Dade Multifamily Market Report

2Q 2023

Miami’s Expanding Resident Base and Diversifying
Economy Support a Historically Large Pipeline

Resilient labor market aids market conditions. As of March, the unemployment rate in Miami stood at just 1.9 percent, the lowest figure among all major U.S. markets. A resurgence in domestic leisure travel to Southeast Florida spearheaded hiring in the leisure and hospitality sector, while continued corporate headquarter relocations — alongside expansions from firms like Kaseya and LeverX — helped bolster job gains in the professional and business services sector. Although economic uncertainty has moderated renter demand nationally in recent months, the strength and diversity of Miami’s local economy has helped limit vacancy increases across all property tiers. In fact, the metro recorded the nation’s lowest Class C vacancy rate among major markets in the first quarter, and overall availability was equal to the 2019 rate entering April.
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