National Real Estate

12Apr 2022

It’s tough to keep moving forward if you don’t consider what is waiting to trip you up. There are usually multiple ways to look at anything. In the case of the Yardi Matrix National Multifamily Report for March 2022, you could emulate the late lyricist Johnny Mercer: accentuate the positive, eliminate the negative, and don’t […]

26Jan 2022

YardiMatrix predicts that rents will still remain elevated, with gains of around 4.8% over the course of the year. Multifamily rent growth is expected to moderate in 2022, after a year in which national asking rents were up 13.5%.  New research from YardiMatrix predicts that rents will still remain elevated, with gains of around 4.8% over the […]

09Feb 2018

Despite signs of tightening within the multifamily sector, the national rent growth roller-coaster continues to climb, albeit slowly, going into 2018. Although many real estate professionals see this as a sign that property values will soon decrease, any drop right now would likely be extremely shallow, buffered by a lack of supply nationwide. These are […]

02Jun 2017
Housing Inventory Shortage

This article was originally posted by Tino Diaz of RISMedia and can be found HERE It is getting harder and harder for first-time home-buying because the supply of single-family homes has decreased for 21 consecutive months. These limited property listings have raised prices so significantly that first-time homebuyers cannot participate. Why does this matter? Because […]

10Jan 2017
CoStar Group headquarters in Washington D.C. Where researchers discussed how the Y-O-Y sales drop could be reversing.

CoStar Group and Real Capital Analytics both suggest that the Y-O-Y sales drops in commercial real estate may be reversing.

08Nov 2016

Although it hasn’t matched the pace set in 2015, “2016 has been a year of slow yet steady growth for commercial real estate as a whole,” says Peter Muoio, chief economist with Ten-X.