Alex Girda

Alex is a senior editor with Multi-Housing News and Commercial Property Executive who has a decade of experience within the real estate industry. Following a stint as a researcher for PropertyShark, he became a city page editor for the two trade publication, and now also works with Yardi Matrix on their multifamily and office metro outlooks.

Miami Multifamily Report – Fall 2021

Despite strong supply, South Florida remains one of the country's strongest rental markets.

San Diego Multifamily Report – Summer 2021

The metro continues to outperform other coastal markets.

San Francisco Multifamily Report – Winter 2021

While the metro's economy has been improving, rates were still down 9.4 percent year-over-year.

Los Angeles Multifamily Report – Winter 2021

Like most expensive gateway markets, the metro took a hit last year, with the average rent down 3.0 percent.

Indianapolis Multifamily Report – Summer 2020

Since the onset of the pandemic, the market has consistently outperformed the U.S. average.

San Jose Multifamily Report – Spring 2020

San Jose's tech-anchored economy is providing relatively strong insulation for the metro's multifamily market.

San Diego Multifamily Report – Spring 2020

As California powered through the shutdown, the metro's rental market felt the effects.

Kansas City Multifamily Report – Summer 2019

While several sectors contracted, the market’s main economic drivers—education and health services, the public sector, manufacturing and professional and business services—all expanded.

Manhattan Multifamily Report – Summer 2019

Manhattan’s multifamily market is powering through, bracing for sustained development amid regulatory uncertain­ties and already deep affordability issues.

Richmond Multifamily Report – Spring 2019

The metro’s apartment market remained unfazed by last year’s modest employment gains and rents were up 3.4 percent year-over-year as of March, above the national average.