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Multifamily property performance has been stellar throughout most of the country during the current economic cycle, but even so there have been distinct regional differences in fundamental measures, investor demand and economic growth.
Market players largely agree that lending standards have not deteriorated despite the sustained economic cycle and positive real estate fundamentals. Bucking the history of past cycles, lenders generally have avoided the temptation to lard properties with high levels of debt while times are good.
Rent control seemed to be on the ropes a few years ago. Some state laws were repealed, and economists on both the left and right agree that it is a counterproductive solution to the affordable housing problem. However, years of above-trend rent growth have led to a renewed push for states to set limits.
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