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Multifamily Impacts Of Economic Volatility

Share This Post As the macro economy shifts rapidly from growth to a recession, what are the main factors that will impact the multifamily market? Blerim Zeqiri, CEO and Founder of Radix, joins us to share his thoughts on the current economic situation, the impact of rising interest rates, and how owners and operators can… Continue reading Multifamily Impacts Of Economic Volatility
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of July 17th

Share This Post Following another increase in annual inflation, economic prospects for 2022 have dampened significantly. The annualized CPI increased 9.1% in June, the highest price jump in more than 40 years. As a result, many forecasters now believe that inflation will remain persistent for some time. According to David Solomon, CEO of Goldman Sachs,… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of July 17th
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of July 10th

Share This Post The U.S. economy continues to search for signs of optimism in the face of significant headwinds as we move into the third quarter. Persistent inflation has led to swift tightening of monetary policy which has in turn increased recession predictions from leading economists. While the short end of the treasury yield curve… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of July 10th
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of July 3rd

Share This Post Equity markets recently wrapped up their worst first half of a calendar year in more than 50 years as economic turbulence remains. First quarter GDP was negative, and indicators point toward an additional decline in the second quarter, according to the widely monitored Atlanta Fed GDP now tracker. A second consecutive negative… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of July 3rd
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of June 26th

Share This Post Economic conditions remain turbulent and will likely stay that way through at least the summer months. The final estimate of first quarter GDP will be released on Wednesday and economists expect it will remain negative. As the second quarter comes to a close, the likelihood of a recession this year increases. Consumption… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of June 26th
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of June 19th

Share This Post The U.S. economy remains on very shaky ground as the Fed continues to tighten monetary policy quickly. Last week, the Fed increased interest rates 75 basis points, the largest single increase since 1994. As the central bank tries to curtail inflation, the multifamily industry is beginning to feel the effects of higher… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of June 19th
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of June 12th

Share This Post After a brief pause in April, which led to some economists predicting a further slowdown in future prices, inflation once again reared its ugly head in May, as prices increased 8.6% annually. This marks the highest inflation rate since 1981. As a result, treasury rates have spiked once again with the ten-year… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of June 12th
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of June 5th

Share This Post While there is plenty of warranted speculation on the slowing economy and the potential for a recession, the employment market keeps chugging along, continuing its steady recovery with very strong job growth. Roughly 390,000 new jobs were added in May, exceeding economists’ expectations. The April jobs report was also revised to 436,000… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of June 5th
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of May 22nd

Share This Post The U.S. economy continues to adapt to a new paradigm. Easy money policies from both the Fed and Congress are behind us, inflation continues to run hot, and the rapid GDP growth that followed the COVID shutdowns has dwindled. The stock, commodity and cryptocurrency markets may still be in for a period… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of May 22nd
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of May 15th

Share This Post Inflation remains the metric most heavily scrutinized in today’s economy, as prices continue to rise at generationally high rates. However, April’s Consumer Price Index may have offered a slight glimmer of hope that price increases may begin to slow in the coming months. While one month is not a trend, the CPI… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of May 15th
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of May 8th

Share This Post After a highly volatile April, the economy remained turbulent at the beginning of May. High inflation led the Fed to increase interest rates by 50 basis points, which resulted in major sell offs across the equity market. The Fed will likely continue tightening monetary policy despite the declining financial markets until inflation… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of May 8th
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of May 1st

Share This Post Recession fears increased last week as the economy unexpectedly contracted in the first quarter. GDP fell 1.4%, marking the first economic decline since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Most economists will define a recession after two consecutive negative quarters, and there is a chance that Q1 GDP may yet be revised upward, however… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of May 1st
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Radix Weekly Data Report – July 12th
Apartment Market Recovery Hits a Bump in the Road

Recently, we’ve seen several positive signs indicating that the apartment industry had shaken off the worst impact of the pandemic and was headed in the direction of a recovery.   Unfortunately, that forward momentum wasn’t present during the seven-day period ending on July 12, according to data from Radix.   Traffic and leases were down… Continue reading Radix Weekly Data Report – July 12th
Apartment Market Recovery Hits a Bump in the Road
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Radix Weekly Data Report – June 24th
Both Traffic and Leases Are Showing Signs of Improvement

With the Fourth of July on the horizon, we continue to see positive developments when it comes to leading indicators in the apartment industry, according to new data from Radix.   On a national basis, both traffic and leases were slightly down on a week-over-week basis during the seven days ending on June 24. However,… Continue reading Radix Weekly Data Report – June 24th
Both Traffic and Leases Are Showing Signs of Improvement
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Radix Weekly Data Report – June 17th
Leading Indicators Continue to Improve from Pandemic Impact

The seven-day period ending on June 17 brought more good news for the apartment industry, according to our most recent data report.   The data reaffirmed the positive trends we saw during the preceding week, and it is becoming clearer that all the leading indicators are on the mend and are erasing year-over-year deficits. On… Continue reading Radix Weekly Data Report – June 17th
Leading Indicators Continue to Improve from Pandemic Impact
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Radix Weekly Data Report – June 10th

Signs of Optimism for the Apartment Market   With states opening up from their pandemic shutdowns, May’s employment numbers were a pleasant surprise (finally, some good news!)   It looks like these trends are positively impacting the apartment industry. During the week ending on June 10, we saw some of the most encouraging signs of… Continue reading Radix Weekly Data Report – June 10th
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Radix Weekly Data Report – June 3rd

At Radix, we’ve been keeping a close eye on both national and local performance data as the pandemic unfolds. As June arrives and the summer begins, I think we all wish we could just undo 2020 and start anew. During the week ending on June 3, most of the major performance metrics were flat to… Continue reading Radix Weekly Data Report – June 3rd
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Radix Weekly Data Report – May 27

Rent Declines Are Accelerating as Pandemic Goes On   With every state starting to re-open in various ways, we are still seeing improvements in some metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) in terms of traffic and leases, and mixed results in other areas.   During the week ending on May 27, for example, Atlanta, Austin and Orlando… Continue reading Radix Weekly Data Report – May 27
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Radix Weekly Data – May 20th

Up from the Pandemic Low: Leading Indicators Show More WoW Improvement   While coronavirus lockdowns are not over yet, as of May 20, all 50 states were starting to re-open to some degree, according to The Wall Street Journal. The East and West Coasts are re-opening more gradually.   As I mentioned in my last… Continue reading Radix Weekly Data – May 20th
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Radix Weekly Data Report – May 13th

Traffic and Leases Move Up From Pandemic Low   It’s been two months since the initial lockdowns started across the country. This week, we saw a number of other states start to open up, and our industry is showing some positive signs in terms of some leading indicators.   On a national basis, both traffic… Continue reading Radix Weekly Data Report – May 13th
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Radix Weekly Data Report – April 29th

Traffic and Leases Continue Week-Over-Week Improvements During Pandemic   As April drew to a close, most of the country was still in lockdown mode. But we have begun to see some states start to lift the restrictions they put in place five to six weeks ago.   And although most of us contend it will… Continue reading Radix Weekly Data Report – April 29th
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Radix Weekly Data Report – April 22nd

Dear Radix Friends,   I hope this week finds you healthy and you are still managing through working from home and the new “normal.”  We are almost a month since most states started lockdowns and we are seeing reverberations across all markets. Also, leading indicators such as traffic and leases that declined precipitously have started… Continue reading Radix Weekly Data Report – April 22nd
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Radix Weekly Data Report – April 15th

I hope you are staying healthy, safe, and managing through these difficult times. We are going to make some additional changes to our Rent and Operating Trend Data report we announced a couple of weeks ago.   First, we are going to circulate these reports with our clients weekly as opposed to bi-weekly. This is mainly due… Continue reading Radix Weekly Data Report – April 15th
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Radix to deliver Rent and Operating Trend Data

Dear Radix Friends,   I wanted to share a note with all of you that I sent to our clients last week. We hope you, your families, and your colleagues are well and healthy. These are unprecedented times for all of us.    As we travail through this ambiguity, we at Radix were genuinely asking… Continue reading Radix to deliver Rent and Operating Trend Data
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of July 17th

Share This Post Following another increase in annual inflation, economic prospects for 2022 have dampened significantly. The annualized CPI increased 9.1% in June, the highest price jump in more than 40 years. As a result, many forecasters now believe that inflation will remain persistent for some time. According to David Solomon, CEO of Goldman Sachs,… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of July 17th
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of July 10th

Share This Post The U.S. economy continues to search for signs of optimism in the face of significant headwinds as we move into the third quarter. Persistent inflation has led to swift tightening of monetary policy which has in turn increased recession predictions from leading economists. While the short end of the treasury yield curve… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of July 10th
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of July 3rd

Share This Post Equity markets recently wrapped up their worst first half of a calendar year in more than 50 years as economic turbulence remains. First quarter GDP was negative, and indicators point toward an additional decline in the second quarter, according to the widely monitored Atlanta Fed GDP now tracker. A second consecutive negative… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of July 3rd
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of June 26th

Share This Post Economic conditions remain turbulent and will likely stay that way through at least the summer months. The final estimate of first quarter GDP will be released on Wednesday and economists expect it will remain negative. As the second quarter comes to a close, the likelihood of a recession this year increases. Consumption… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of June 26th
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of June 19th

Share This Post The U.S. economy remains on very shaky ground as the Fed continues to tighten monetary policy quickly. Last week, the Fed increased interest rates 75 basis points, the largest single increase since 1994. As the central bank tries to curtail inflation, the multifamily industry is beginning to feel the effects of higher… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of June 19th
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of June 12th

Share This Post After a brief pause in April, which led to some economists predicting a further slowdown in future prices, inflation once again reared its ugly head in May, as prices increased 8.6% annually. This marks the highest inflation rate since 1981. As a result, treasury rates have spiked once again with the ten-year… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of June 12th
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of June 5th

Share This Post While there is plenty of warranted speculation on the slowing economy and the potential for a recession, the employment market keeps chugging along, continuing its steady recovery with very strong job growth. Roughly 390,000 new jobs were added in May, exceeding economists’ expectations. The April jobs report was also revised to 436,000… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of June 5th
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of May 22nd

Share This Post The U.S. economy continues to adapt to a new paradigm. Easy money policies from both the Fed and Congress are behind us, inflation continues to run hot, and the rapid GDP growth that followed the COVID shutdowns has dwindled. The stock, commodity and cryptocurrency markets may still be in for a period… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of May 22nd
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of May 15th

Share This Post Inflation remains the metric most heavily scrutinized in today’s economy, as prices continue to rise at generationally high rates. However, April’s Consumer Price Index may have offered a slight glimmer of hope that price increases may begin to slow in the coming months. While one month is not a trend, the CPI… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of May 15th
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of May 8th

Share This Post After a highly volatile April, the economy remained turbulent at the beginning of May. High inflation led the Fed to increase interest rates by 50 basis points, which resulted in major sell offs across the equity market. The Fed will likely continue tightening monetary policy despite the declining financial markets until inflation… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of May 8th
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of May 1st

Share This Post Recession fears increased last week as the economy unexpectedly contracted in the first quarter. GDP fell 1.4%, marking the first economic decline since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Most economists will define a recession after two consecutive negative quarters, and there is a chance that Q1 GDP may yet be revised upward, however… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of May 1st
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Rent and Operating Trends Week of April 24

Share This Post All eyes on Wall Street this week are focused on big tech earnings, as companies like Apple and Amazon report for the first time since interest rates spiked. The Fed has made it clear it will raise interest rates rapidly to curb inflation. While interest rate hikes may not have a direct… Continue reading Rent and Operating Trends Week of April 24

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