U.S. Apartment Market Meets Expectations in 4th Quarter

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The first nine months of 2011 were very good for the U.S. apartment market, but what happened in the fourth quarter? That time of year is typically a slow leasing period for the apartment sector and going into the fourth quarter we were expecting to see a pretty flat revenue change. Did the U.S. apartment market experience a little holiday surprise in Q4 or was it pretty much what we expected?

Greg Willett joins me to examine the results in this special video edition of Apartment Market Dynamics.

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Jay Parsons

National Market Analysis Manager, MPF Research

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Jay Parsons is the Director of Analytics & Forecasts for MPF Research, the market intelligence arm of RealPage, Inc. Jay’s role includes overseeing MPF’s five-year forecast models and managing the team that tracks and analyzes conditions in 300+ markets across the country. Jay also helps lead Revenue Forecaster, RealPage’s on-demand forecasting platform specific to individual apartment assets and unit types – seamlessly merging market expectations with rent roll dynamics, as well as MPF’s quarterly market research reports. In addition, he is also the host of “Apartment Market Dynamics,” MPF’s video news program highlighting apartment market trends in metros of all sizes across the country. Jay has been with MPF Research since March 2009. He has written articles for industry publications, including Multifamily Executive and Units, and has spoken on various topics related to the multifamily housing at industry conferences and events. He is a native of Charlotte, N.C., and a graduate of the University of Maryland, currently living in the Dallas area.

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