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The JCHS 2020 report underscores the national affordable housing crisis. It points to growing numbers of renters with high incomes as well as those who are cost-burdened.
The U.S. multifamily market posted strong results to end 2019, with the fourth quarter seeing 3.7% year-over-year rent growth.
Year-end 2019 estimates for small multifamily lending volume reached $59.2 billion, beating the prior quarter’s forecast by $1.4 billion and marking the highest level of activity in Chandan Economic’s post-crisis model estimates. Download the Q4 report for key insights on the small multifamily market.
An estimated 31.2 million households, or 28% of total U.S. households, fell within the workforce segment by year-end 2018. Forty percent of workforce households, or around 12.4 million, are renters.
Experts say the private and public sectors must work together to scale construction and provide more affordable housing options.
Annualized small multifamily lending volume reached $59.2 billion in Q4 2019. Here’s a quick look at the quarter’s small multifamily investment and finance benchmarks.
Over the past decade, the market for single-family rentals (SFRs) has evolved. In a few years, we will likely look back and consider 2019 to be the sector’s inflection point, where it transitioned from a niche, alternative asset class to a mainstream property type. For exclusive insights on the SFR market, read our fourth-quarter 2019 report.
Multifamily rental demand is undergoing a multi-generational transformation. While millennials still form the dominant share of renters in the U.S., Gen Z’s impact is growing and will only continue to increase in the years ahead.