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Years of warnings that rising Treasury rates would depress commercial real estate prices—during an extended period when rates stayed low and acquisition yields fell to record lows—has given the concept a “boy who cried wolf” quality.
At a time when optimism is rampant in the real estate industry, and the stock market is near all-time highs after a massive run-up, economists lived up to their billing as dismal scientists at the National Association of Business Economists (NABE) annual policy conference in Washington, D.C., last week.
U.S. multifamily rents have decelerated sharply over the last 18-24 months, across all metros and regions. Year-over-year rent growth rose as high as 5.5 percent in January 2016, before steadily and gradually dropping to 2.3 percent in December 2017. The downward trend has multiple causes—in-cluding diminishing affordability, increasing supply and slightly weaker job growth—that are present to one degree or another in each metro. However, the main driver of the deceleration appears to be the extent to which supply growth has put downward pressure on occupancy rates in individual metros.
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