Research Center - Houston

  • Hurricane Harvey: Impact on Houston Multifamily

    An initial analysis by Yardi Matrix found that between 45,000 and 72,000 units—or 7 to 11 percent of the multifamily universe—were rendered uninhabitable.

    12 September 2017 14:39
  • Oil Prices, Supply Still Influence Houston’s Market

    The outlook for Houston’s multifamily sector will stay cloudy as the market continues to show signs of instability, mostly due to negative rent growth and decreasing occupancy in the upscale Lifestyle segment.

    10 August 2017 11:25
  • Houston’s Shaky Economy

    According to Yardi Matrix, very low rent growth and an occupancy rate that lags the national average will result in slow absorption of the 18,700 apartments added in 2016.

    29 March 2017 10:10
  • Yardi Matrix: Houston Hits the Brakes

    Traditionally an energy-driven market, Houston is trying to reshape its economy as the drop in oil prices has decimated job growth in some segments and put a damper on the housing market.

    14 November 2016 08:29
  • Yardi Matrix: Houston’s Energy Angst

    After years of outperforming its peers, Houston’s energy-driven economy is being shaken by low oil prices.

    05 April 2016 07:50
  • Demand in Houston Still Strong as Economy Prospers

    Strongly supported by a thriving energy sector as well as a robust multi-family industry, Houston’s economy is expected to experience further growth throughout 2014.

    28 January 2014 20:04