Our Top 10 Posts of 2018

There has been no shortage of topics to cover in 2018 as it relates to the multifamily market, and Chatter is proud to continue serving as your go-to source for industry news, research and insights.

Top Markets for Rental Asset Growth

When analyzing the top markets for rental growth in the context of market segment peers, smaller metros registered impressive gains in both small and large multifamily as a share of total rental inventory, according to the latest American Community Survey data.

Small Multifamily Leads All Asset Classes in Average Rent Growth

Small asset multifamily has displayed sound price fundamentals, with year-end 2017 average rent growth maintaining the upward trend of the previous year, according to the latest Census data. Small apartment buildings offer a unique blend of urban-core proximity and relatively larger apartment unit sizes.

Demography Set to Be the Next Disruptor for Multifamily

Speaking at the National Multifamily Housing Council’s 2019 Apartment Strategies Outlook Conference, MIT AgeLab Director Joseph Coughlin discussed how population shifts and changing generational behaviors could be the greatest disruptor for the housing market.

Year-End 2018 Small Balance Multifamily Investment Trends Report

Despite significant pressure from rising interest rates through most of 2018, the small balance multifamily market ended the year strong, with consistent liquidity and borrowing capacity. Whether the macroeconomic and real estate cycles continue to lengthen or begin to see a modest pullback, the multifamily sector is poised to outperform other property types.



Chatter is dedicated to providing you with the practical research needed to be a successful multifamily investor. From our partnership with Chandan Economics to articles contributed from premier research firms, our goal is to keep you informed on all things multifamily.

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