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  1. Washington

    1. Seattle Multifamily Market Report
      Third Quarter 2016

      The regional apartment market vacancy rate is currently 3.5%, well below the 20-year average of 4.9%. Vacancy last peaked at a rate of 7.2% in Fall 2009 as the recession was fully felt. Occupancy has increased ever since, and vacancy has oscillated from 3.3% to 4.0% over the past three years as rising new construction has been met with consistent demand. Rental rates are at historic highs but only recently has the rate of increase moderated in the close-in markets.

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      Third Quarter 2016 Seattle Multifamily Investments Market Report
      First Quarter 2016 Seattle Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2015 Seattle Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Second Quarter 2015 Seattle Multifamily Investments Market Report
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  2. Oregon

    1. Portland Multifamily Market Report
      Third Quarter 2016

      The Portland multifamily market may not be red hot anymore, but is moderately warm, as rents continue to increase and vacancy decreases, despite construction of new units. The Portland area continues to experience strong job growth along with robust wage and household income gains. Demand to purchase units remains high, and inventory is relatively low, which is driving up the cost to own. The growing population and high cost of buying a home ensure that Portland will remain a strong multifamily market.

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      Third Quarter 2016 Portland Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Third Quarter 2015 Portland Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Second Quarter 2014 Portland Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Third Quarter 2013 Portland Multifamily Investments Market Report
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  3. California

    1. San Diego Multifamily Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016

      The San Diego apartment market remains lucrative as rents continue to increase and vacancy decreases, despite surging construction. San Diego remains a top destination for relocating workers who seek good weather and proximity to the ocean, high wages and a low unemployment rate. The city's diverse industries include biotech, manufacturing and the largest concentration of military in the world. The growing population and high cost of buying a home ensure that San Diego will remain a strong multifamily market.

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      Fourth Quarter 2016 San Diego Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Third Quarter 2016 San Diego Multifamily Investments Market Report
    2. San Francisco Multifamily Market Report
      Third Quarter 2015

      The Bay Area apartment market continues to reach levels of unprecedented demand. While the location is a major attraction, the growing economy has been the main driving force. Venture capital funding for the U.S. has reached its highest level since 2000 at $65 billion. This has flooded the market with new jobs as nearly 60% of the VC funding has been injected into California companies, the majority of which are located in the Bay Area. As a result of the growing population and increased demand for housing, apartment rental rates continue to experience record highs.

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      Third Quarter 2015 San Francisco Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Second Quarter 2015 San Francisco Multifamily Investments Market Report
      First Quarter 2015 San Francisco Multifamily Investments Market Report
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  4. Arizona

    1. Phoenix Multifamily Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016

      The Phoenix apartment market remains lucrative as surging construction increases vacancy in the short term, meanwhile rents continue their upward climb. Phoenix is a top destination for expanding companies who are attracted to the low-cost operating environment, vast pool of talent and available tax credits in addition to more than 300 days of sunshine a year. The city's diverse industries include healthcare, manufacturing & logistics and emerging technologies. The growing population, more than 150,000 people moved to Phoenix last year alone, ensures a strong multifamily market for years to come.

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      Fourth Quarter 2016 Phoenix Multifamily Investments Market Report
      Third Quarter 2016 Phoenix Multifamily Investments Market Report
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