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Rental Demand Eclipses Supply in San Diego

Demand for apartments is rising in the city, where employment and population gains—along with a high barrier to homeownership—sustain rent growth.

Demand Keeps Up With Surging Supply in Tampa

A tax-friendly environment and a high quality of life continue to attract new residents and businesses to the metro, maintaining multifamily rent growth above the U.S. average.

First Coast Fires On All Cylinders in Jacksonville

Development activity is at a high point in the metro, with more than 2,300 apartments scheduled to come online by year's end.

Mega-Developments Abound in Philadelphia

Despite a multifamily supply surge in recent years, occupancy in stabilized properties saw only a modest decline of 30 basis points year-over-year in July.

Investors Boost Deal Flow in Los Angeles

The strong fundamentals of the metro’s multifamily market are attracting many buyers, pushing the year's sales volume to $2.9 billion through July.

New Supply Matches Lifestyle Demand in Orange County

Multifamily developers are focusing on expensive submarkets, including West Irvine and Anaheim–Central, while transaction activity is slowing in the context of rising property values.

Health Care, Technology Drive Growth in Pittsburgh

A recent boost in higher-paying jobs will bolster multifamily demand this year, especially in the metro’s downtown area, which experienced a 24 percent population surge from 2010 to 2017.

Health Care, Tech Drive Growth in Indianapolis

The pool of talent coming from local universities, along with a reasonable cost of living and doing business, continues to attract residents and employers to the area, boosting multifamily demand.

Downtown Boom Drives Demand in Cleveland

The metro’s urban core reached a milestone of 15,000 residents and more than 95,000 jobs in 2017, making it the largest downtown in Ohio.

Employment, Affordability Drive Demand in Jacksonville

A healthy economic climate and ongoing multifamily rent growth are drawing more investors to the metro, where the sales volume rose to nearly $1.4 billion in 2017.

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