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Boston Local Apartment Report

Second Quarter 2019

Corporate expansion adds to rental demand, lowering vacancy. Several medical technology and life science firms are increasing their footprints. Many favor Cambridge for its proximity to two of the country’s best universities, lifting housing demand nearby. More

Bay Area Local Apartment Report

Second Quarter 2019

Supply growth set to reach new cycle high. As job growth remains elevated throughout the Bay Area, a lack of available housing has been a constant strain. Out-of-reach single-family homes, which have become some of the most expensive nationally, have prompted a rental culture, lowering vacancy rates below 5 percent regionally.More

Austin Local Apartment Report

Second Quarter 2019

High-wage, corporate jobs proliferate in northern parts of market. With a lower cost of living than other tech-heavy metros, Austin continues to quickly expand. Household formation that doubles the national rate is being fueled by a plethora of job openings. More

Atlanta Local Apartment Report

Second Quarter 2019

Local employment and household growth bolster demand for housing. The Atlanta rental market is growing as the metro continues to expand its employment base. During the recovery, jobs grew at an average annual rate of 2.5 percent. More

National Seniors Housing Research Report

First Half 2019

Beyond all else, aging population the cornerstone of seniors housing outlook. Over the next five years, the U.S. population age 75 and older is expected to increase by 21 percent, adding 4.7 million seniors to the prospective pool of seniors housing residents.More

Seniors Housing Skilled Nursing Research Report

First Half 2019

Cost savings may be headed to skilled-nursing sector. Occupancy stabilized at skilled nursing facilities last year, according to NIC MAP® Data Service.More