Alex Girda

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Phoenix Plays to Its Strengths

Positive demographic trends and one of the most active economies in the U.S. continue to support growth in the metro’s multifamily market.

Knoxville Finds a Second Wind

With rents bouncing back to a 4.1 percent year-over-year growth rate as of August, the metro’s multifamily market is in the midst of a resurgence.

Manhattan Market Gains Momentum

Rents, occupancy and development are all on the rise. The financial sector, in particular, is providing an influx of affluent residents looking to live in the borough's most popular neighborhoods.

Columbus Leads Midwest Growth

The metro’s average multifamily rent rose by 4.2 percent year-over-year as of June, outpacing the national rate and showing the fastest growth among major Midwestern cities.

Pricier Than It Used to Be in Atlanta

The metro’s average multifamily rent surpassed the $1,200 mark this year, having gained more than $200 since the summer of 2014.

Sacramento’s Rent Growth Slows, Job Market Still Shines

Sacramento's multifamily market continues to gain investor interest, especially for its value-add opportunities, while development maintains its pace, according to a recent report from Yardi Matrix.

Knoxville Fights for Position

The city is in the midst of a rental housing revival, spurred by trend-defying economic development.

Demand, Deliveries Maintain Rent Growth in the Inland Empire

Bolstered by population gains, multifamily demand continues to be strong for both Lifestyle and Renter-by-Necessity assets across the metro, where rents are expected to rise by 4.4 percent in 2018.

Brooklyn Receives Royal Treatment

The area's rents stopped their slide this spring, following a lengthy spell when affordability issues and insufficient Renter-by-Necessity stock had driven residents away from the borough.

Diluted Inventory Moderates Growth in Manhattan

Due to a quick increase in rental unit and condo development, rents and per-square-foot prices are sliding in the prohibitively priced market.

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