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Multifamily Developer Confidence Weakens in Third Quarter. By Carmel Ford on November 21, 2017 The National Association of home builders’ (nahb) multifamily Production Index (MPI) dropped 10 points to 46 in the third quarter of 2017 (Figure 1). This quarter marks the lowest MPI reading since the second quarter of 2011.
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WaMu Lays Off 120 in California (Puget Sound Business Journal, June 15th): "Washington Mutual (NYSE:WM), the biggest U.S. savings. and more than 2,500 apartments and condominiums are under.
Downtown Houston Market Report Q1 2018 11. February 8, 2018. THESE aRE THE TOP 5 HOTTEST HOuSTON SuBMaRKETS fOR aPaRTMENTS. ApartmentData.com, a data website that tracks the multifamily industry, named Downtown as the hottest rental submarket in Houston.
multifamily sector. > Occupancy rates are near historical highs. While we expect them to drop slightly, market conditions will likely remain fundamentally sound. > Capitalization rates for apartments averaged 5.4 percent in Q3 2016, the lowest of any property type, reflecting strong investor confidence in these assets.
U.S. Condo, Apartment Sector Confidence Weakens in Q1 Based on the National Association of Home Builders latest Multifamily Market Survey, confidence for new multifamily and condo housing in the U.S. weakened in the first quarter of 2019.
Growth in the U.S. economy appears to have slowed at the start of 2015, similar to last year (when it actually went backwards in the first quarter). Like last year the winter has been unusually harsh but other factors are clearly also in play this time around, including US dollar strength and sectoral impacts from the oil price declines.
The multifamily sector, which includes apartment buildings and condos, remained flat at 354,000. "Despite signs of stabilization of confidence in the marketplace, housing affordability continues to be a concern as housing construction weakens into March," says Greg Ugalde, chairman of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).