In the last three years, multifamily construction has reached levels not seen since the 1980s, supported, in part, by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Federal Housing Administration (FHA) loans. If you are exploring the acquisition, refinancing, rehabilitation, or new construction of conventional multifamily, affordable housing, seniors housing, or a healthcare facility, consider FHA multifamily construction loans, a stable financing option with excellent terms and many other attractive advantages.
Small Multifamily Prices Grow as Investors Respond to Lower Costs of Capital
Small multifamily lending volume jumped to $57.8 billion on an annualized basis, the highest level of activity in Chandan Economics’ post-crisis model estimates.
At the same time, small multifamily prices grew 6.6% year over year, driving cap rates down to 5.8%. The small multifamily sector is benefiting from persistent demand growth. As long as risk-taking remains at an appropriate threshold, small multifamily is poised to maintain healthy performance.
Download the full report, “Q3 2019 Small Multifamily Investment Trends Report,” for key insights on the sector, including:
- Lending Volume
- Cap Rates & Spreads
- Interest Rates
- Leverage & Debt Yields