In Baton Rouge, the historic flooding of August 2016 has shaped multifamily metrics, shifting performance in a market known for stability. Thousands of residents were displaced by last year’s flood, and many of them turned to apartments for alternative housing arrangements. The Louisiana governor’s office now places the number of flood-damaged homes at approximately 69,000. Following read more
Washington, DC has quickly gone from the can’t-miss market to one of concern – as the DC metro is taking on an historically high load of new supply. How’s the market responding? The latest fundamentals show the read more
While lots of new product coming on stream often creates a competitive leasing environment, there’s not much of a problem if big supply is accompanied by big demand. And that’s what we’ve seen so far in Austin. read more
With tremendous job growth and surprisingly moderate apartment construction (by Texas standards, at least), Houston’s apartment market continues to put up impressive numbers. In fact, Houston notched long-term highs in both occupancy in and in rent growth read more
The Charlotte apartment market turned in an impressive apartment rent growth performance during Q2 2014 thanks to meaningful growth in every product niche and across all neighborhoods.
The biggest part of the story behind why overall apartment occupancy reached a seven-year high was the rising occupancy at existing – primarily middle-market – inventory in just a handful of metros. Here are the 10 metros read more