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A big topic of conversation throughout this economic cycle has been if the multifamily sector is oversupplied. However, perhaps the more important question for investors should be about demand, noted Greg Willett, chief economist at RealPage, speaking on a panel at the 2019 MBA CREF Market Intelligence Symposium.
With LIBOR set to expire at the end of 2021, multifamily lenders are preparing to transition to an adjustable-rate alternative. The Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR) has been recommended by several industry players as the preferred alternative.
In Part 2 of this new video series from Arbor and Chandan Economics, we focus on the small balance multifamily market’s fundamentals and performance throughout this cycle.
Since 2005, the number of single-family rental (SFR) households had swelled by more than 36%. Over the same period, total U.S. households increased by 11%.
Small balance multifamily lending volume in the first half of 2019 totaled $58.5 billion on an annualized basis, representing a 7.9% gain from 2018’s total. Read our Q2 2019 Small Balance Multifamily Investment Trends Report for more insights on the sector.
While still at a nascent stage, the segment of seniors living with roommates is proving to be prevalent in both large and medium-sized metros.
For exclusive insights on the SFR market, read our Q2 2019 Single-Family Rental Investment Trends Report. This report features proprietary research on occupancy rates, cap rates, debt yields, build-to-rent construction and more.
Annualized figures through Q2 2019 totaled $58.5 billion in lending volume, representing a 7.9% gain from 2018. Here’s a quick look at the finance and investment benchmarks for Q2 2019.