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Yardi Matrix offers the industry’s most comprehensive market intelligence. Delve into an analysis of current market conditions at both the micro and macro levels.

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Commercial Real Estate Solutions

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

Yardi Matrix covers all multifamily properties of 50+ units in size across 130 markets in the United States.

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

  • 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

Key Features

  • Search parcels by number, location, zoning, size, tax valuation, latest sale
  • Ownership from county assessor
  • Parcel sale and title history
  • Tax assessment history
  • Area land use
  • Area demographics
  • Sale comparables
  • Competitive subscription pricing based on markets and users

 

Vacant Land Plot

Key Features

  • Search parcels by number, location, zoning, size, tax valuation, latest sale
  • Ownership from county assessor
  • Parcel sale and title history
  • Tax assessment history
  • Area land use
  • Area demographics
  • Sale comparables
  • Competitive subscription pricing based on markets and users

 

Small Multifamily Property

 

Matrix Institutional Research

 

The Yardi Matrix institutional research effort represents our investment in extracting real business value and solid conclusions out of the raw data we collect. Make informed investments, backed by our analysis of rental market health, economic conditions, market supply/demand balance, and forecasted market rent growth.

National Publications

Forecasts and Reviews

National forecast, white-papers and topical articles

Matrix Monthly

Matrix Monthly

Our publicly available Monthly summary of rental market conditions, powered by our stratified monthly sample survey of representative properties

U.S. Multifamily Seasonal Outlook

U.S. Multifamily Seasonal Outlook

Our publicly available 3-times annual summary of rental market conditions, powered by our seasonal 100% rental market survey

 

News and Media

 

As Interest Rates Rise, Where Do Valuations and Transaction Volumes Go?

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.

Economists See Clouds in the Silver Lining

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.

It’s the Occupancy: Why Multifamily Rents Are Decelerating

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.