Research Center - Matrix

  • Steady San Diego

    Rents were up 4.8 percent in the year ending in March, continuing to outperform the national average, Yardi Matrix data shows. And at 96.8 percent, the metro’s occupancy rate is one of the highest in the country.

    23 May 2017 08:01
  • Nashville’s Supply Side Shines

    With strong demand fueled by robust population gains and consistent job growth, the market remains a hot ticket. Investors acquired more than $1 billion in apartments in 2016, according to Yardi Matrix.

    22 May 2017 08:54
  • Jacksonville’s Rapid Growth

    A healthy employment climate, an inexpensive cost of living and mild weather are attracting jobs and new residents, creating demand for apartments and bolstering rent growth, according to Yardi Matrix.

    18 May 2017 09:10
  • Kansas City’s New Look

    The metro is in the midst of a transformation, growing as a financial and research center, with increased investment in infrastructure, all of which support multifamily fundamentals.

    17 May 2017 07:38
  • Charlotte’s Boom

    The metro's multifamily market is one of the best-performing in the country, with healthy demand, job increases and strong growth potential.

    16 May 2017 10:30
  • Knoxville Gives the Old College Try

    The availability of affordable housing and favorable business costs make the area a fertile environment for new ventures. Home to the University of Tennessee, the market benefits from a steady stream of qualified professionals in some of the most promising job sectors.

    15 May 2017 09:52
  • Rapid Growth in Raleigh-Durham

    The metro continues to appeal to investors who are being priced out or struggling to find high acquisition yields in major markets. The combination of job and population growth has generated a strong demand for apartments, with average rents reaching $1,075.

    12 May 2017 06:49
  • Record-Breaking Year for DC Multifamily

    The capital is experiencing strong fundamentals, including robust employment, healthy population gains and cycle-high rental rates, per-unit prices and median home values.

    08 May 2017 08:21
  • Tourism Sparks Orlando’s Boom

    The metro’s multifamily market is expanding rapidly as a result of its strengthening economic fundamentals. Investor demand is robust, with more than $2 billion in properties changing hands during each of the past two years.

    05 May 2017 09:55
  • Investors Cash Chips in Las Vegas

    Apartment construction slowed in 2016 to 2,000 new units, likely because of oversupply of single-family home rentals. But development looks promising, with more than 4,500 units under construction, according to Yardi Matrix.

    04 May 2017 08:02
  • Philadelphia’s Apartment Revival

    With developers ramping up construction, multifamily demand remains strong, as the city continues to attract both Millennials and Baby Boomers looking to downsize.

    03 May 2017 09:35
  • Boston’s Power

    Investor and tenant demand remains healthy in the city’s multifamily market, even as rent growth decelerates after peaking in mid-2016.

    02 May 2017 08:15
  • Denver’s Mile-High Moderation

    The city is a hotbed for commercial and residential development, largely due to a robust population growth and a strong demand for housing.

    28 April 2017 08:32
  • Seattle’s Banner Year

    The city’s vibrant economy has produced job growth in a broad range of sectors, supporting housing demand and kickstarting an apartment boom, Yardi Matrix data shows.

    27 April 2017 08:14
  • Baltimore Reclaims Its Charm

    Employment growth, coupled with the metro’s relatively affordable rental rates, should generate a solid absorption of the new apartment units coming online this year.

    25 April 2017 08:55