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Sacramento Multifamily Report – Winter 2021

Office workers leaving the Bay Area and limited supply turned California’s capital into one of the U.S.’s healthiest multifamily markets.

Davlyn Investments Pays $95M for Sacramento-Area Property

The 273-unit Class A community last traded almost a decade ago, when it commanded $40.5 million.

Trion Properties Pays $18M for Sacramento Community

Walker and Dunlop acted as equity partner, while Capital One originated a Freddie Mac acquisition loan of $14.2 million.

CFY Development JV Lands $78M for Sacramento Affordable Project

KeyBank provided financing for the 159-unit community slated for a 2022 completion.

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Sacramento Multifamily Report – Fall 2020

With rents and occupancy inching up, the metro is faring much better than the nearby Bay Area.

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What Is Driving Growth Throughout the Sacramento Area?

29th Street Capital’s Kevin Smith examines the housing fundamentals in the capital city of California and delves into the strengths of the market.

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How Sacramento Benefits from the Bay Area Exodus: Q&A

Graceada Partners’ Joe Muratore unveils what makes Sacramento an appealing market to invest in during an economic downturn.

Oakmont Properties Buys Sacramento Asset for $118M

CBRE brokered the sale of the 277-unit Press at Midtown Quarter, marking one of the city’s largest-ever apartment deals.

Graceada Partners Pays $24M for Sacramento Community

The new owner plans to renovate and modernize the property, investing $12,000 per unit.

Michaels Organization Debuts Phase I of Student Housing Project

The completed development at University of California, Davis will feature nearly 3,300 beds.