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Gateway Cities Performing Well in 2023
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Chris Nebenzahl

Chart Of The Week – Gateway Cities Performing Well in 2023

We are excited to share with you the Chart of the Week! Through our real-time data, we are building a series of visuals, charts, and graphs depicting the most important trends in the multifamily industry. This week we are analyzing who is leading the nation in traffic.

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Rent and Operating Trends - Week of March 12th 2023
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Radix

Rent and Operating Trends – Week of March 12th 2023

Another strong employment report was overshadowed by the collapse of two regional banks last week and over the weekend. Silicon Valley Bank was taken over by federal regulators and Signature Bank was closed by state regulators after concerns over the safety and availability of deposits led to a run on both banks.

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Rent and Operating Trends - Week of March 5th 2023
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Radix

Rent and Operating Trends – Week of March 5th 2023

After a quiet week on the economic front last week, all eyes will be on Capitol Hill, as Fed Chair Jerome Powell will begin a two-day testimony to Congress on Tuesday. Congress will likely grill Powell on the Fed’s next interest rate hike and the path forward for interest rates through the balance of this year.

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Atlanta
Radix

MSA Overview: Atlanta, Georgia

Given the strong economy and continued in-migration from the northeast and surrounding areas, Atlanta’s apartment demand remains elevated. Traffic and leasing across the metro are above the national average. However, significant new supply continues to dampen key multifamily fundamentals, including rent and occupancy.

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Radix

Rent and Operating Trends – Week of February 26th 2023

Capital markets remain volatile as the macro economy continues to grind its way forward. Slightly higher than expected inflation numbers from both the CPI and PCE indices have pushed treasury yields higher, with the two-year treasury reaching its highest level in more than 15 years.

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