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Yardi Matrix researches and reports on Multifamily, Office and Self Storage properties across the United States, serving the needs of a variety of industry professionals.

 

 

Property Types

Key Features

  • In place loans and expirations - construction, permanent and CMBS
  • Full ownership and management information
  • Complete property-level information, including detailed unit mix
  • Rent, occupancy, and sales history and comparables
  • Patented improvements and location ratings systems
  • Supply pipeline from end-to-end, planning to stabilization
  • Short and Long-range forecasts of rent and occupancy at the market and sub-market levels
  • National coverage
  • Competitive subscription pricing based on markets and users

 

Multifamily Property

Key Features

  • Property search by university in quarter-mile increments from campus
  • University profiles with existing dorm capacity and live-in requirements
  • Purpose-built as well as "gray market" inventory
  • Rent data by the bedroom as well as by the unit
  • School year leasing and pre-leasing curves
  • Rent, occupancy and sales history and comparables
  • Complete property-level information, including detailed unit mix
  • Full ownership and management information
  • In-place loans and expirations: construction, permanent and CMBS
  • Patented improvements and location ratings systems
  • End-to-end supply pipeline, from prospective to stabilization
  • Competitive subscription pricing based on markets and users

 

Student Housing

Key Features

  • In place loans and expirations - construction, permanent and CMBS
  • Full ownership and management information
  • Complete property-level information
  • Detailed Lease and Listing comps in Select Markets
  • Property sales information and sale comparable reporting
  • Patented building class ratings systems
  • New supply pipeline – complete new supply pipeline information – at the asset, competitive set and market level
  • Deep property coverage
  • Competitive subscription pricing based on markets and users

 

Office Property

Key Features

  • New supply pipeline – complete new supply pipeline information – at the asset, competitive set and market level
  • In place loans and expirations - construction, permanent and CMBS
  • Full ownership and management information
  • Complete site-level information
  • Rents by storage unit size and rent comparable reporting
  • Property sales information and sale comparable reporting
  • Patented property improvement and location ratings systems
  • Deep property coverage
  • Competitive subscription pricing based on markets and users

 

Self Storage Facility

 

Matrix Institutional Research

 

Stay current with the latest commercial real estate market trends and forecasts backed by Yardi Matrix analytics. Explore our free national and market reports, special research bulletins and webinars to uncover actionable business insights and start making well-informed investment decisions in the multifamily, student, office and self-storage sectors.

News and Media

COVID-19 - A Game Changer for Multifamily

The COVID-19 pandemic ended years of healthy multifamily fundamentals. Will the industry’s pain be short-lived or the start of a new trend that is less favorable for the sector?

Which Metros Have the Most Durable Employment Sectors?

Employment losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have been unevenly spread across the economy. Yardi Matrix studied which metros have the highest concentration of jobs in finance, professional and technical services, and government—sectors that have lost the lowest proportion of jobs.

Which Metros Have the Most Employment Risk?

Two weeks into the strict social distancing that has put most of the country under stay-at-home orders, some 9.9 million Americans have filed unemployment claims. The number is expected to grow as more states shut down schools, retail establishments, public buildings and offices in an effort to “bend the curve” and stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus.