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California Market Report May 2014-Additional California Markets

California Market Report May 2014-Additional California Markets

As reported in the May edition's California Market Report, San Francisco remains California's top market for multifamily growth, while Los Angeles and San Diego are experiencing a slower recovery from the downturn. The state as a whole is showing improvement, albeit slow, on the development front and acquisitions of…

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MARKET SNAPSHOT: NYC Vacancy Rates Still Tight as High-Tech and Hospitality Companies Fuel Job Growth

MARKET SNAPSHOT: NYC Vacancy Rates Still Tight as High-Tech and Hospitality Companies Fuel Job Growth

“High demand” and “shrinking vacancy rates” are the words that best describe the multifamily outlook for 2014 in the City that Never Sleeps.…

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APARTMENT MARKET STATISTICS: April 2014

APARTMENT MARKET STATISTICS: April 2014

Apartment total returns for the reporting members of the National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries fell during 2013, to 2.48 percent in the fourth quarter.…

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APARTMENT MARKET STATISTICS: March 2014

APARTMENT MARKET STATISTICS: March 2014

Multifamily lending by banks increased by $8.1 billion during the third quarter of 2013, according to Chandan Economics.…

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MARKET SNAPSHOT: Charlotte Apartment Market on the Rise: Sales, Rents and Vacancies to Climb in 2014

MARKET SNAPSHOT: Charlotte Apartment Market on the Rise: Sales, Rents and Vacancies to Climb in 2014

The outlook for the Charlotte apartment market is set to remain positive and dynamic despite an expected decline in occupancy rates and concerns regarding payroll cuts in the finance sector, concludes Marcus & Millichap’s latest report. …

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MARKET SNAPSHOT: Construction Recovery Takes Metro Orlando by Surprise

MARKET SNAPSHOT: Construction Recovery Takes Metro Orlando by Surprise

Central Florida’s residential market is most certainly experiencing a comeback in every domain imaginable. …

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MARKET SNAPSHOT: San Antonio Apartment Market Report

MARKET SNAPSHOT: San Antonio Apartment Market Report

San Antonio is considered one of the more stable cities in the country, only slightly touched by the Great Recession. It is thought to be a great city to live and raise families because of its low taxes, fair legal system, educated workforce and attractiveness to new businesses.…

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MARKET SNAPSHOT: Smooth Sailing in Florida as Apartment Prices Continue to Rise

MARKET SNAPSHOT: Smooth Sailing in Florida as Apartment Prices Continue to Rise

Debt and equity sources, along with wealthy individuals, actively continue to seek deals for individual units and entire projects. Increased competition is pushing down yields, especially in Miami due to a rising number of foreign investors.…

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Market Snapshot: New Jobs and Rental Stock Do Little to Shake Up Stabilizing L.A. Apartment Market

Market Snapshot: New Jobs and Rental Stock Do Little to Shake Up Stabilizing L.A. Apartment Market

As we embark on 2014, it seems that the “status quo” of Los Angeles’ apartment market that we’ve seen over the past couple of years will continue. …

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MARKET SNAPSHOT: Cincinnati Apartment Market Report

MARKET SNAPSHOT: Cincinnati Apartment Market Report

2013 was a good year for the Cincinnati apartment market, as the city experienced an increase in demand thanks to improving employment, income growth and a swelling millennial population.…

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MARKET SNAPSHOT: Apartment Boom Underway in Indianapolis, Vacancy on the Rise

MARKET SNAPSHOT: Apartment Boom Underway in Indianapolis, Vacancy on the Rise

Indianapolis job gains are expected to generate significant renter demand, but not enough to counterbalance the surge in rental construction. …

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Market Snapshot: Miami Rent Growth Increases, So Does Vacancy

Market Snapshot: Miami Rent Growth Increases, So Does Vacancy

An increase in completions leads to higher vacancy in Miami, though the city retains the third highest occupancy in the nation.…

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