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U.S. Multifamily Outlook
Summer 2017

During this extreme hurricane season, the old post office motto comes to mind when describing the multifamily market: Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night can do much to dent the sector’s consistent performance. Although fundamentals have been downgraded from great to merely consistently good, the apartment market’s strong run likely has some steam left in it, fueled by the slow-moving demographic tide and healthy performance of the economy.

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U.S. Office Outlook
Spring 2017

Commercial real estate remains one of the strongest investment tools available in today’s market, and the office sector is particularly attractive. Low interest rates on fixedincome instruments, potentially overheated equity markets and global uncertainty have continued to push demand for office real estate across many markets. For many institutional buyers looking for long-term, stable investments, the office sector offers the premier opportunity.

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U.S. Self Storage Industry Overview
Summer 2017

During the last decade, self storage investment returns for both private assets and public owners such as REITs have outpaced most property types. Cash yields in self storage can be strong, and rent growth in recent years has outpaced most commercial real estate. Fundamental demand drivers are robust, while new supply is generally modest in most metros.

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Yardi Matrix Monthly Multifamily
Released: End of Month

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

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Market Publications

Yardi Matrix Office Seasonal Metro Outlooks
Released: 4 times annually

A comprehensive metro-level summary, powered by the Yardi Matrix database, consisting of all office properties 50,000 square feet or more.

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Summer 2017

Spring 2017

Hurricane Harvey Special Report

Hurricane Harvey slammed into Houston on August 25 producing a swath of flooding in low-lying developments and areas near rivers, lakes and reservoirs. The flooding damaged tens of thousands of single-family residences and apartments, commercial properties, vehicles and infrastructure. The storm might end up as the most expensive natural disaster in U.S. history, with property damage estimates upwards of $100 billion.

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Matrix Research Bulletins

Economic Consensus Masks Uncertainties

Economists largely agree that the U.S. economy will continue the moderate growth path it has traveled the last several years. But the consensus among prognosticators obscures a dilemma: The economy is behaving in ways it hasn’t in the past and nobody is entirely sure as to why. Among the issues vexing economists include why—when employment gains are so healthy—workforce participation remains low, while GDP growth and inflation remain subdued.

Uncertainty About Retailers Curtails Mall Deal Activity

Growing concern about the long-term prospects for in-store retail is creating a slowdown in the sale of shopping centers.

Newark Dreams to Join Ranks of Destination Cities

Urban redevelopment is a familiar story in metros across the country. In the New York City metropolitan area alone, submarkets in parts of Brooklyn, the Bronx, Jersey City and Hoboken (just to name a few) are many years into facelifts that encompass thousands of new apartment units mixed with office, retail and entertainment uses that create a live-workplay environment.

CMBS Walks a Fine Line in 2017

CMBS was bound to face a transitional year in 2017. The market is dealing not only with a new regulatory environment, but also the widespread perception that commercial real estate values are peaking and fundamentals are due to cool.

Retail Scuffles, But All Is Not Lost

One topic being frequently debated within and outside of the real estate industry is if the reports of retail’s death have been exaggerated.

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