Dallas: Corporate Juggernaut
The DFW metro continues to achieve some of the fastest job and household growth rates in the U.S. The area’s economy is among the most diverse in the country and added 145,000 residents in 2016 alone.
Strong Development Softens Demand in Portland
Anchored by a diversifying economy and fueled by an expanding population, the city’s multifamily market remains strong despite its recent slowing rent growth.
Tech Scene Stays Hot, Rent Growth Cools in San Jose
Silicon Valley is the nation’s largest tech hub, a top-performing venture capital market and one of the most prominent locations for startups.
Solid Fundamentals, Positive Momentum in Atlanta
The city has become an economic powerhouse in recent years. It is currently one of the fastest-growing metro areas in the nation.
Miami’s Healthy Climate
With substantial job gains and above-average population growth, the city continues to foster positive fundamentals for multifamily. However, rent growth has decelerated to long-term averages, as the overwhelming amount of new supply begins to take its toll.
Second Wind: A Binghamton University Case Study
During the 2014-2015 academic year alone, undergrads spent nearly $125 million, and campus visitors dropped an additional $7.8 million into local coffers.
Extra Credit: Investing in Student Housing
The number of people enrolled in higher-education programs—20.5 million at the start of the current school year—explains much about investor interest in the student housing niche. Find out who’s buying and who’s lending now.
Keeping It Mobile
Student housing has evolved significantly in the last decade as purpose-built, professionally managed properties have become standard and institutional capital has raised its profile.
The metro’s multifamily market is one of the best-performing in the country, with healthy demand, job increases and strong growth potential.
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