Rent Growth Rebounds in San Francisco

The metro’s average multifamily rent went up 2.7 percent year-over-year through June, to $2,645, while housing affordability dropped to its lowest level since 2008.

Luxury Rentals Take a Hit in Richmond

As the majority of new stock is upscale, the metro’s multifamily rent growth decelerated in the first few months of 2018, falling behind the national average.

Deliveries Slated for Cycle Peak in San Diego

Strong demand and a relatively slow pipeline keep the city as one of the country’s most stable multifamily markets.

New Supply Softens Rent Growth in Charlotte

Despite decelerating rents, investors remain focused on the metro’s multifamily market, which is set to expand by 5,800 new units this year.

The June Digital Issue of MHN is Now Available!

Now you can get trend and strategy insights two different ways: Leaf through the Multi-Housing News digital digest for a quick read, or click on individual articles for an in-depth look at each of the topics that most interest you.

Transactions: June 2018

The following is a list of transactions that were announced between March 30 and April 20, 2018.

MHN Asks … About Green Design

How will sustainability shape the apartment industry in the future? Experts weigh in.

How Mixed-Use Design Is Stealing the Show

Mixed-use properties are becoming the go-to opportunity for developers and investors across the industry. Matthew Schwartz, principal of The Domain Cos., offers his views on the sector’s future direction and the company’s next projects.

Market Drivers: The New Faces of Residential Living

Rather than play it safe, some developers push the design envelope to anticipate what consumers will want next.

Stepped-Up Development Takes a Toll in Philadelphia

Echoing a trend that marks some other major metros in 2018, the pace of construction has caught up with demand. That, in turn, is keeping rent growth at modest levels.

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