Research Center - Matrix

  • 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
  • Tourism Sparks Orlando’s Boom

    Orlando’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.

    24 April 2017 12:10
  • 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.

    21 April 2017 08:02
  • Twin Cities’ Tight Quarters

    Rent growth exceeded the national average over the last year, due to steady employment gains, an increasing population and limited housing supply, as apartment completions slowed in 2016.

    20 April 2017 08:14
  • 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.

    18 April 2017 10:18
  • Boston’s Power

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

    12 April 2017 12:27
  • Salt Lake’s Mountainous Rise

    Utah’s largest city is in the midst of a boom—driven by robust employment and population growth that's producing healthy demand for housing, Yardi Matrix data shows.

    30 March 2017 12:12
  • 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: Dominating Dallas

    Hitting new cyclical peaks across most metrics, DFW continues to be one of the strongest multifamily markets in the U.S.

    28 March 2017 08:29
  • Yardi Matrix: Fever Pitch—Atlanta Demand Heats Up

    Atlanta’s multifamily market benefits from a diversified economy, a healthy development pipeline and high investor demand.

    24 March 2017 13:03
  • Yardi Matrix: San Francisco—Suburbs Rising

    The metro has been the poster child for booming technology markets on the West Coast, but the effects of those surging years are coming back to haunt its multifamily market.

    23 March 2017 11:38
  • Yardi Matrix: Orange County’s Bright Outlook

    The high barrier to homeownership combined with a limited supply of new apartments has pushed multifamily occupancy to among the highest in the country.

    22 March 2017 13:58
  • Yardi Matrix: Cooling Rents, Austin’s City Limits

    The metro's multifamily market continues to be a hotbed of activity, despite a growing sense of caution that rents and development are beginning to decelerate.

    21 March 2017 12:50
  • Yardi Matrix: Chicago’s Catching Up

    The city's multifamily market continues to produce steady rent gains and remains a top Midwestern destination for investors.

    20 March 2017 10:54
  • Yardi Matrix: Investment Flies High in LA

    Fueled by strong housing demand and continued gains across employment sectors, the metro's economy is well positioned to grow.

    17 March 2017 08:00