MPF Research takes a visual look at Los Angeles’ recently built apartment properties as well as projects under construction.
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San Jose came into 2011 clearly positioned to rank as the nation’s apartment rent growth leader. But can it keep up its torrid pace? Greg Willett takes a closer look at America’s top performing metro.
With 2nd quarter nearly in the books, what key trends for the national apartment market are we looking for in the data? Greg Willett and Jay Parsons look ahead.
Louisville’s apartment market didn’t take much of a hit during the recession, but it finds itself among a handful of U.S. metros that saw occupancy decline in the past year. Here’s why.
Hartford has seen its apartment occupancy rate bounce back of late, with the number of vacancies dwindling. Rents aren’t yet back to their previous peak, but meaningful progress is being made.
The cities of Sarasota, Bradenton, Fort Myers and Naples share a lot of sun in Southwest Florida, but there are clear differences when examining apartment sector performances.
Sacramento apartments have held up pretty well of late, but sustained revenue growth appears unlikely given the deep troubles in the employment market.
Northern New Jersey’s apartment outlook appears reasonably healthy. But Edison and Newark have a long way to go in terms of catching up with the momentum displayed in neighboring New York.
Little Rock wins the award for being the nation’s most average apartment market as of March 2011.
There are 17 apartment metros still recording negative annual job change as of April. Which markets appear safe bets to continue recording solid revenue gains, and which are vulnerable to underperforming?
Richmond is one of those local metros where the apartment market story normally looks amazingly like national results. Not this time. Greg Willett explains.
By now, you’ve heard about the big improvement seen in Phoenix’s apartment sector. But how about Tucson? Not so much — except in the small stock of newer properties.
It’s four markets for the price of one today, as Greg Willett and Jay Parsons examine New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Jackson and Birmingham.
While the Indianapolis apartment sector posted solid improvement in 1st quarter 2011, it still trails well behind the Midwest regional norms for overall occupancy and for annual rent growth.