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Rent and Operating Trends Reports

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.
RAOT Week of May 26th
Research
Chris Nebenzahl

Home Sales Soften, but Rental Housing Demand Remains Strong

New home sales reached another low in April, as persistently high mortgage rates cut into for sale housing demand in a meaningful way. However, driven heavily by immigration, continued household formation and aging Millennials, overall housing demand remains strong. Thus, rental demand is elevated, helping to buffer the apartment industry as we begin to approach the end of the current development cycle.

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RAOT Week of May 14th
Research
Chris Nebenzahl

Rents and Occupancy Accelerate In Early May

New jobless claims rose to their highest level since August last week, as more than 230,000 people filed a new unemployment claim. While the increase in unemployment claims, paired with the slowdown in job creation in April may appear alarming, the employment market remains in a solid position.

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RAOT Thumbnail Week of April 21st
Research
Chris Nebenzahl

Small Southeastern Market Demand Remains Strong

As the U.S. economy continues to progress steadily, the public eye will likely shift toward the upcoming election and geopolitical risk that has emerged in recent months and years. Congress just passed an additional aid bill for Ukraine and has been involved indirectly in the growing conflict in the middle east.

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Research
Chris Nebenzahl

Occupancy Rises in All but 6 Markets, as Renewal Activity Continues

As the U.S. economy continues to defy expectations both from a strong employment market and a persistent inflation perspective, economists are asking what is driving these trends. Many point to a recent report from the Congressional Budget Office indicating that more than 3 million immigrants entered the U.S. last year, well above recent years and projections.

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