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America’s Fastest-Growing Cities (and Their Home Prices Might Surprise You)

Mapped: The 10 U.S. States With the Lowest Real GDP Growth and 6 More Real Estate Insights

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7.09%

+0.07%

-0.07%

6.61/8.03

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6.56%

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6.62%

+0.07%

+0.00%

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7.35%

+0.04%

-0.05%

6.40/8.09

7/6 SOFR ARM

7.30%

+0.06%

-0.03%

6.11/7.55

30 Yr. VA

6.64%

+0.07%

+0.00%

6.02/7.46

Real Estate Trends

Which Cities Are Converting the Most Commercial Spaces Into Apartments? Link

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Net-lease investment volume fell by 26% year-over-year in Q1 link

  • Net lease investment volume dropped 45% year-over-year to $8.3 billion in Q4 2023. This significant decline contrasts with the total commercial real estate investment volume, which fell by 44% to $81.2 billion.

  • The multifamily sector led Q1 2024 with $20 billion in investment volume, followed by industrial and logistics at $16 billion. Retail and office sectors each saw $15 billion.

  • Investment in Midwest markets showed resilience, posting 23.7 million sq. ft. of industrial leasing activity, with 57.3% being new leases. This indicates a robust demand for industrial spaces in these regions.

America’s Fastest-Growing Cities—and Their Home Prices—Might Surprise You link

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Location Specific

Miami Faces an Unprecedented Affordable Housing Shortage of More Than 90,000 Units link

  • Miami is short over 90,000 affordable housing units, causing significant stress for low and middle-income families. The gap is widening as demand outpaces the construction of new affordable homes.

  • The city’s rapid population growth and rising cost of living are key factors exacerbating the housing crisis. Many residents are being priced out of neighborhoods they’ve lived in for years.

  • Local government efforts to address the issue include new zoning laws and incentives for developers. However, experts believe more aggressive measures are needed to close the gap and provide relief.

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Study Finds 78% Consider Homeownership Key Component of the American Dream

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Mapped: The 10 U.S. States With the Lowest Real GDP Growth

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