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CBRE’S 2020 U.S REAL ESTATE MARKET OUTLOOK

With effective management and enhancement of the property we are able to improve occupancy rates and increase rent rates, resulting in increased property values and higher cash flow for happy investors.

YAHOO 2020 HOUSING MARKET

With effective management and enhancement of the property we are able to improve occupancy rates and increase rent rates, resulting in increased property values and higher cash flow for happy investors.

CNBC HOUSING MARKET 2020

With effective management and enhancement of the property we are able to improve occupancy rates and increase rent rates, resulting in increased property values and higher cash flow for happy investors.

CNBC 2020 PLAYBOOK

With effective management and enhancement of the property we are able to improve occupancy rates and increase rent rates, resulting in increased property values and higher cash flow for happy investors.

U.S. OUTLOOK AND IMPACT REPORTS

2020 HOUSING MARKET OUTLOOK – FREDDIE MAC

Sustained economic growth, low interest rates, and a robust labor market helped the U.S. housing market regain its footing in 2019.

2020 INVESTMENT OUTLOOK – GOLDMAN SACHS

The majestic Baobab, known as the Tree of Life, lives for over a thousand years. But like all other trees, the Baobab does not grow to the sky.

TAX REFORM – NATIONAL ASSOC. OF REALTORS

Sustained economic growth, low interest rates, and a robust labor market helped the U.S. housing market regain its footing in 2019.

NATIONAL LOW INCOME HOUSING COALITION

This isn’t just a devastating trend, but rather a national public health crisis. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) must enact policies.

HOME OWNERSHIP – URBAN INSTITUTE

The Urban Institute is a nonprofit, nonpartisan policy research and educational organization that examines the social, economic, and governance problems

DECLINING HOME OWNERSHIP – CITYSCAPE

By 2050, the U.S. homeownership rate, currently about 64 percent of households, will have fallen by at least 20 percentage points.

HOMEOWNERSHIP – MYERS AND LEE

It would seem preposterous that the national homeownership rate could fall by 20 percentage points or more during the next 35 years.

RANKING REPORTS & ARTICLES

EMERGING TRENDS IN REAL ESTATE

Emerging Trends in Real Estate® is a trends and forecast publication now in its 40th edition, and is one of the most highly regarded.

MULTIFAMILY NATIONAL REPORT

The views expressed herein, including all comments appearing in quotes, are obtained exclusively from these surveys

TRENDS ARTICLES

COVID-19 IMPACTS ON REAL ESTATE

COVID-19 is resulting in very real human, social and economic impacts. Historically, reduced population mobility during epidemics has had a greater economic impact than the illness itself.

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced some states to impose strict stay-at-home orders that are adversely affecting many industries. This is leading the U.S. economy into a recession that will result in very sharp declines in GDP for H1 2020 and in job losses, particularly in the retail, food & beverage and transportation sectors.

COVID-19 REAL ESTATE SENTIMENT SURVEY AND THE TRUNCATED V-CURVE, WITH A TAIL...

Survey respondents believe that hotel, retail (particularly destination, lifestyle, and entertainment retail that depend upon more than 10 people gathering closer than six feet apart), and resort residential are the segments that are getting hammered now, and likely will take some time to recover.

70% CORRECTON WARNING, END OF THE ECONOMIC BOOM

In 2018, stock markets suffered their worst since 2008. But now several warnings signs are showing red flags in the market – causing some analysts to predict a 70% correction this year.

ORIGINAL REPORTING ON HOUSING TRENDS, NEWS AND REPORTS

As home price growth outstrips wage growth, occupations such as teachers, first responders and restaurant workers struggle to afford to live in the communities they serve.

GOLDMAN SACHS REPORT: IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON THE REAL ESTATE MARKET

Multifamily rent collections were expected to be low due to a historic spike in unemployment. However, as of April 19th, 89% of apartment households made a full/partial rent payment, only slightly lower than 2019’s rate of 93%.  More residents are choosing to renew their leases instead of vacating, helping preserve property occupancy.

Stressed Out: Are Commercial Properties Close to Default?

In retrospect, foreign capital interest in Kansas City is not surprising since yields in major global markets have largely converged at record low levels. Investors increasingly are testing new markets – and testing new lows on yield – simply to deploy capital.

JLL COVID-19 GLOBAL REAL ESTATE IMPLICATIONS PAPER II

The living sectors are generally viewed to be more resilient in the face of a downturn; however, the different sub- sectors have very different characteristics. Multifamily is usually considered to be the most resilient sector and this is being supported, at least in the short term, by various income-protection schemes.

GETTING THROUGH THE GLOBAL HEALTH CRISIS TOGETHER

Do past metrics and experiences matter during a crisis unlike any other? History suggests they do, ultimately.

CAROLINA TRENDS

CAROLINA DOMINATE FASTEST GROWING APARTMENT MARKETS LIST

In all but one year since 2010, year-over-year development figures have increased at the national level, all the way to nearly 320,000 units in 2017.

APARTMENT PERFORMANCE RAMPS UMP ACROSS CAROLINA MARKETS

The largest apartment markets in Tennessee and North Carolina have progressed notably in the past year, with performances fueled by sizable employment growth and slowing supply.

NORTH CAROLINA RENT GROWTH RANKS ARE NEAR THE TOP

Among the largest 50 apartment markets, several in North Carolina ranked among the leaders for annual rent growth in 3rd quarter 2019. Phoenix and Las Vegas remain the national frontrunners, with increases of 8.2% and 7.5%, respectively.

HOUSTON TRENDS

A LIST OF HOUSTON'S NEIGHBOORHOOD APARTMENT LEADERS

Houston apartment demand isn’t anywhere close to past peak volumes, but the absorption pace isn’t awful either. During the initial three quarters of 2016, demand for 10,850 units registered in the metro. That tally falls short of the 14,689 units completed in the January-September span.

DEVELOPMENT VOLUMES THREATEN HOUSTON APARTMENT MARKET

During 2011 through 2014, Houston made headlines for record job growth stemming from the oil and gas boom. On the back of a strong economy, apartment developers raced to meet the massive wave of new demand pouring into Houston’s Energy Corridor and urban core.

TEXAS NEIGHBORHOOD APARTMENT RENT GROWTH WINNERS AND LOSERS

While the Texas apartment markets generally have prospered during much of the current economic cycle, performances from one locale to another have moved in different directions of late.

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