Multifamily’s Lowest-Risk Markets, and Its Highest
RICHARDSON, TX—The apartment market least likely to see a rent recession is not located in any of the Smile States, according to RealPage’s MPF Research.
SAN DIEGO—While the next several years will most likely reflect very strong performance, almost every conversation at MBA CREF touched on the uncertainty of how much longer the positive trend will continue, Meridian’s Seth Grossman tells GlobeSt.com.
NEW YORK CITY—Apartments and industrial, among other sectors, could see cash flow acceleration, while net lease could suffer if inflation and higher interest rates come, write analysts at Fitch Ratings.
McLEAN, VA--The two-to-four basis point premium was likely due to the market not being as familiar with KW Certificates as with Freddie Mac’s more established K-Certificates.
SAN FRANCISCO—A rising share of retailers’ capex is targeting “the most productive markets and malls,” say analysts at Canaccord Genuity.