Research Center - Mid-Atlantic

  • Largest Rental Markets Flat at the End of the 2017 Peak Rental Season

    Although over 80 percent of the nation’s local markets have recorded year-over-year rent growth in September, stagnating or decreasing prices have been noticed in the largest and most expensive cities in the U.S., where renters have long been waiting for some relief.

    30 November 2017 13:00
  • High-Paying Jobs Add to Upscale Demand in Richmond

    Although overall employment growth is tepid and continues to trail the national rate, the metro’s economy is slowly but steadily diversifying, drawing investors and large projects.

    23 October 2017 13:45
  • Strong Fundamentals Fuel Heavy Development in DC

    Young professionals, drawn by the metro’s well-paying jobs, are pushing up demand for upscale communities in transit-oriented and live-work-play areas. However, a robust construction pipeline—the third largest in the country—is maintaining a modest rent increase, raising concerns of overbuilding.

    27 September 2017 13:24
  • New Supply Keeps Rent Growth Tepid in Baltimore

    Spearheaded by the revival of its core and by the emergence of the Baltimore-Washington corridor as a strategic location, the metro’s multifamily fundamentals have stabilized.

    13 September 2017 14:09
  • Employment Gains Spur Growth in Philadelphia

    An evolving wage structure, influx of young professionals and boom in hospitality and development are helping the city's multifamily market keep its head above water.

    12 September 2017 14:43
  • Overbuilding in Richmond?

    Following several years of strong supply, the area's multifamily market is shifting down a gear. With almost 20,000 units in the pipeline, the metro is at risk of overbuilding.

    26 June 2017 13:16
  • Sturdy DC

    Washington, D.C.’s multifamily market is experiencing strong fundamentals, including robust employment, healthy population gains and record-breaking rental rates, per-unit prices and median home values.

    03 May 2017 08:32
  • Yardi Matrix: DC’s Changing Workforce

    Heavy supply (and Trump) hits the nation’s capital.

    15 December 2016 18:09
  • Yardi Matrix: Baltimore’s Downtown Surge

    Despite the ongoing revival of the downtown area, growth in Baltimore’s multifamily market remains weak compared to nationwide metrics.

    14 December 2016 13:32
  • Top 5 NYC Multifamily Sales

    Top 5 multifamily sales recorded in the month of October 2016

    23 November 2016 19:58
  • Top 5 NYC Multifamily Sales

    Top 5 multifamily sales recorded in the month of August 2016

    23 September 2016 19:28
  • Top 10 NYC Multifamily Sales in July 2016

    PropertyShark has compiled the 10 priciest multifamily property sales recorded in July 2016 in New York City. Keep reading to discover which areas were most popular, the types of deals being done, who some of the top deal makers are this summer and the borough that surprisingly claimed the top

    24 August 2016 20:36
  • Top 10 NYC Multifamily Sales in June 2016

    PropertyShark has compiled the data and we’ve got the priciest multifamily property deals recorded in New York City in June. Read on to find out how each borough performed: Source: PropertyShark, a Yardi Systems Inc. company   1. 1731-1735 York Avenue, Manhattan Sales Price: $139,600,000 Known as The Hamilton, this Yorkville tower with 265 residential

    17 August 2016 19:03
  • Top 10 NYC Multifamily Sales in May 2016

    Check out the latest data from Property Shark and discover the priciest multifamily apartment deals in NYC recorded in May 2016. Find out the one borough which managed to put up a fight against Manhattan, who some of the top deal makers were, and what the kings of New York

    21 June 2016 19:04
  • Yardi Matrix: Washington, DC’s Widespread Growth

    Fueled by a healthy employment landscape and an increasing population, Washington, D.C., offers its multifamily sector plenty of positive attributes.

    13 June 2016 12:48