Market Intelligence: Q1 Southeast Region Update
Now Available On Demand
Southeastern U.S. multifamily markets like Atlanta and Nashville remain at the forefront of investors and developers, but the tides of renter demand are changing alongside national movement. While those two markets face mounting supply pressure, other regional metros remain fairly quiet on the construction front.
Can southeastern markets maintain economic growth (and housing demand) to match pace with recent years? Will investors begin to approach the region with more caution as fundamentals slow in an already tight cap rate environment?
Join RealPage® experts for insights into Southeast markets. This lively discussion will include recent performance intel as well as near- to mid-term expectations.
Multifamily metros in this educational update include:
- Baton Rouge
- Columbus (GA)
- Huntsville (AL)
- Jackson (MS)
- Johnson City
- Lafayette (LA)
- Macon/Warner Robins
- New Orleans
- Shreveport-Bossier City
Dustin Weaver is a Manager and senior member of the Client Success team for the Market Analytics platform within the RealPage Asset Optimization solution suite. Dustin brings more than a decade of client success and leadership experience to his role. Dustin specializes in partnering with clients to help them achieve maximum results for their business through his extensive knowledge of the Market Analytics platform. Dustin is an alumni of the University of North Texas, where he studied engineering and business.
Dan SindelarMarket Analyst, RealPage, Inc.
Dan Sindelar is a Market Analyst for RealPage, Inc., where he focuses on conventional apartment market analysis, research and data methodology. Dan leverages his background in REIT and institutional investor client services to allow for easier consumption and application of data insights and analysis. Prior to joining RealPage, Dan worked as a leasing consultant and an assistant property manager at a national apartment investment and management company. Dan is a native of Chicago and received his bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Iowa.