Recent Mover Renters – American Housing Survey 2009 – Neighborhood Selection

In Part I of this series, we focused on an overview of recent mover renters from the 2009 American Housing Survey and their previous units. In Part II, we focused on why renters left their previous units. In Part III, we examine why renters have chosen their new neighborhood. Reasons for Choosing Neighborhood Renters are most …

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Housing Continuum III – Mid-Range Multifamily/Rental

Link to previous articles: Part I – Introducing the Housing Continuum Part II – Entry-Level Multifamily/Rentals This article is the third in a series examining the housing market dynamics represented by what we call “The Housing Continuum”, as illustrated in the chart above.  The first article introduced the Housing Continuum concept.  The second article described …

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Housing Continuum II- Entry-level Multifamily/Rentals

Link to previous article: Part I – Introducing the Housing Continuum This article is the second in a series examining the housing market dynamics represented by what we call “The Housing Continuum”, as illustrated in the chart above.  The first article introduced the Housing Continuum concept.  Each successive article will focus on one segment, starting with …

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Introducing the Housing Continuum

This article begins a series examining the housing market dynamics represented by what we call “The Housing Continuum”, as illustrated in the chart above.  This first article introduces the Housing Continuum concept.  Subsequent articles will focus on the individual segments. Households typically move in predictable patterns as their economic and/or family situations change. Typically, young …

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Why Don’t I Ever See a Negative Market Study?

This article is the first of what we hope will be an ongoing series highlighting Frequently Asked Questions we receive about market feasibility, real estate research, and commercial real estate topics. “Why don’t I ever see a negative market study?” It’s one of the common questions we get asked. The short answer is that when …

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