Market Intelligence: Q3 Carolinas Update
Now Available On Demand
The Carolinas apartment markets remain a big focal point for investors and developers.
Once a secondary regional option to larger markets such as Atlanta and Dallas, Carolina metros like Charlotte, Raleigh/Durham and Charleston are garnering a greater share of attention than ever before.
Recent demand fundamentals are excellent in many of these two states' markets, fueled by solid demographic tailwinds and attractive economic growth.
Join RealPage® experts for their insight into North Carolina and South Carolina market expectations. This lively discussion will review the most recent set of performance data as well as near- to mid-term forecast expectations.
Markets in this educational update include:
- Greenville (NC)
- Myrtle Beach
Carl Whitaker is a Real Estate Economist with RealPage’s Data Analytics division. At RealPage, Carl has specialized in creating industry presentations, market and submarket trend reports and crafting ways in which data can be more easily consumed and leveraged by clients. Carl holds degrees from the University of North Texas, including a Master of Science in Applied Geography.
Arben SkivjaniDeputy Chief Economist & Data Scientist, RealPage, Inc.
Arben Skivjani serves as a Deputy Chief Economist and Data Scientist for RealPage, Inc. His primary focus is on forecasting and econometric modeling, economic impact studies, reporting and analysis of macroeconomic trends that affect the multifamily industry. Prior to joining RealPage, Arben worked for several government and private sector entities, including the District of Columbia Department of Employment Services, Center for Business and Economic Development at the University of Alabama and Camoin Associates in Upstate New York.
Arben is heavily involved in the Dallas/Fort Worth Association for Business Economics where he currently serves as Vice President and is a member the National Association for Business Economics.
Arben holds a master’s degree in economics from The University of Alabama.