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Stay ahead and informed in the multifamily industry with Radix’s blog. On a weekly basis, our expert team delivers in-depth analysis and insights on the latest multifamily trends inclusive of MSA, submarket, state, and national level data.
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Chris Nebenzahl

Chart of The Week – September 24th 2023

Revenue per available unit (RevPAU) combines net effective rent with occupancy for a single metric to analyze the strength of performance at the property, submarket and MSA level. Over the past 12 months, the leading markets for RevPAU performance are tertiary sunbelt markets and northern Gateway markets.

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Graphical representation of key findings in the Rent and Operating Trends (RAOT) Report showcasing current multifamily industry metrics and market dynamics.
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Chris Nebenzahl

Rent and Operating Trends – Week of September 17th 2023

The U.S. economy awaits another Fed meeting, scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. Most economists predict that the Fed will hold rates steady at the upcoming meeting, but it is far from an indication that the monetary tightening cycle has concluded.

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Chris Nebenzahl

Chart of The Week – September 17th 2023

Revenue per available (RevPAU) unit is a key metric in the multifamily industry that tracks the impact of both rent growth and occupancy for a given property, submarket or market. In recent months, rents and occupancy rates have both been declining, which has exacerbated the negative impact on RevPAU.

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Chris Nebenzahl

Seattle Multifamily Market Report – September 2023

While Seattle is not commonly referred to as a Gateway market, its fundamentals often follow many of the tech-heavy Gateway’s on the west coast and in the northeast. As the multifamily industry cools amid significant new supply pressure, Seattle is once again trending like its peers. Traffic, overall occupancy, and occupancy growth are tracking in line with Los Angeles and Boston, while significant rent declines are tracking with San Francisco.

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Chris Nebenzahl

Rent and Operating Trends – Week of September 10th 2023

The U.S. economy continues its steady march forward, as most key indicators have maintained their recent trends. August job growth was strong once again, as the labor force added 187,000 new jobs. The unemployment rate increased to 3.8%, but some of the increase in unemployment can be attributed to the continuous growth in labor force participation.

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Chris Nebenzahl

Chart of The Week – September 10th 2023

We’ve identified a leasing and occupancy trend that proved true once again in 2023. The spread between the leased percentage and the occupancy rate has peaked in the last week of July or the first week of August each of the past 5 years.

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Chris Nebenzahl

San Antonio Multifamily Market Report – September 2023

The San Antonio market has been among the weakest performing MSAs in the nation over the past year, as a once hot apartment market has turned negative quickly. All key indicators lag the national average and are also negative on both short and long-term bases.

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Chris Nebenzahl

Rent and Operating Trends – Week of September 3rd 2023

Fed Chair Jerome Powell gave a very middle of the road speech last week at the Kansas City Fed’s Jackson Hole symposium. The leader of the central bank acknowledged that tightening monetary policy has had its desired impact on inflation, but also warned that inflation may come back, thus warranting further interest rate increases.

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Chris Nebenzahl

Chart of The Week – September 4th 2023

As we approach the end of the third quarter, we typically start to see a drop off in occupancy across the country. That down trend has already begun, and in some markets goes all the way back to late 2021.

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