Los Angeles, like other Southern California metros, has demonstrated exceptional performance in the past two years. Metro Los Angeles has maintained full occupancy, even as development activity has ramped up, giving operators substantial pricing power. How long can the metro sustain that momentum, especially as new regulations on construction take effect? MPF Research economists discuss the apartment market and new rules governing new construction in this edition of Apartment Market Dynamics.
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