Source: Boxwood Means
*Quarter-over-quarter change for assets priced at $5 million or less
Leading Cities for Small-Apartment
Sales-Price Gains, Q3 2017*
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Change in Sales-Transaction Volume by Property Sector,
YTD through September 2017 vs. 2016
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Sales-transaction dollar volume was down sharply
in most major asset classes through the first three
quarters of 2017, compared to the same period a year
earlier, according to data from Real Capital Analytics.
The one exception was the industrial sector, where
the deal volume even exceeded the peak level set a
decade ago. RCA said investors are “enamored with
the story of industrial investment as a way to buy into
the supply of internet commerce.”
Vice president of commercial real estate research,
Mortgage Bankers Association
“Commercial and multifamily markets
remain strong, even as many growth
measures are exhibiting a bit of
Principal, Box wood Means
“I do believe, at eight years running,
that the [commercial property]
market’s expansion is nearing
Commercial property sales
decline, with one exception
Sales of smaller multifamily buildings were down
nearly 9 percent in the past third quarter, compared
to a year earlier, according to a Boxwood Means’
analysis of CoStar data. The price of multifamily assets,
however, continued to rise sharply, driven by strong
rental-rate increases, low supply and strong demand
from renters, the company said.
Source: Real Capital Analytics