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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

San Diego Multifamily Market Report – August 2023

Over the past three years, one of the steadiest and best performing markets nationwide has been San Diego. The Southern California metro did not experience as significant of a decline in housing demand and rents seen in Los Angeles and San Francisco in the early days of COVID-19, but the metro had a very strong recovery in 2021 and 2022.

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Chris Nebenzahl

Rent and Operating Trends – Week of August 27th 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 – August 28th 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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Boston
Chris Nebenzahl

Boston Multifamily Market Report – August 2023

Boston, like many of its northeastern peer markets, is known for its older apartment stock and higher percentage of single-family homes compared to secondary markets in the south and west. However, as the market is known for innovation, it’s apartment market has grown and evolved quickly over the past few real estate cycles.

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Chris Nebenzahl

Build To Rent – Radix Can and Cant’s

Single Family Build to Rent (BTR) homes are one of the fastest growing property sectors within residential. Demand in recent years has been elevated both from a demographic perspective as well as a result of COVID and the demand for more space.

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Chris Nebenzahl

Rent and Operating Trends – Week of August 20th 2023

Economists will be focused more on the qualitative information coming out this week than the quantitative data being released. The Kansas City Fed hosts its annual symposium in Jackson Hole, and Chair Jerome Powell will be delivering the keynote address on Friday.

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Chris Nebenzahl

Chart Of The Week – August 21st 2023

This week we are focusing on Boston, one of the better performing markets thus far in 2023. Looking back over the past two years, Boston’s rent growth and occupancy levels trailed the national average, as the market lagged its peers during COVID and in its immediate aftermath.

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Chris Nebenzahl

Rent and Operating Trends – Week of August 13th 2023

Inflation rose modestly last week, as the July CPI checked in at a 3.2% annualized rate, slightly above the June read, but below analysts’ expectations. While I don’t think this will be enough of a move to force the Fed to raise rates again, the rest of the yield curve continues to increase.

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Chris Nebenzahl

Chart Of The Week – August 14th 2023

One of the most consistent headlines in multifamily over the past 24 months has been declining occupancy. Of the 33 MSAs tracked by Radix Research, none have experienced year-over-year occupancy growth.

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