Yardi Matrix offers the industry’s most comprehensive apartment market intelligence. Access information at the property level for all properties 50 units or larger. Delve into an analysis of current apartment market conditions at both the micro and macro levels.
Yardi Matrix researches and reports on all multifamily properties of 50+ units in size across 124 markets
in the United States.
Matrix is the industry’s most powerful new business development tool with the capability of the most robust research
platform on the market. This technology gives access to property-level information for all apartment properties in a market
that are 50 units and larger, allowing the user to analyze current market conditions at both the micro and macro
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A year ago, CMBS market players were debating how much new regulations requiring issuers to “eat their own cooking” would disrupt the industry.
Interest rates have remained at historical lows for four years, contributing to a bull run for commercial properties. With assets being traded at record low yields, especially in core markets, values have risen well above 2007 peaks in many segments.
As multifamily housing values continue to rise so too do single family home prices. The national S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index, which tracks home prices, reached a post-recession high of 184.8 in September, an index level last seen in July 2006.
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