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Joe Kunzon

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Multifamily Capital Markets Update (April 2020)

The 10-year Treasury Yield has declined to ~.5% after rising to 1.5% in late March. The bond market is beginning to function after a few weeks where spreads blew out and there was no liquidity in the marketplace. Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae..

Multifamily Capital Markets Update (March 2020)

As of late, the 10-year Treasury Yield has declined to ~1.20% causing a bit of uncertainty in the marketplace. Spreads have increased to compensate for the steep decline in Treasury Yields.

Multifamily Capital Markets Update (February 2020)

As of late, the 10-year Treasury Yield has declined by over 20 basis points due to various macro-economic forces.  Cap rates continue to hold steady or slightly decline in some markets.

Multifamily Capital Markets Update (January 2020)

For 2020, Multifamily markets look to continue to perform with low interest rates, high demand in most markets, and stable cap rates. Deliveries remain stable to slightly increasing, comparable to the last few years. One new data point suggests..

Multifamily Capital Markets Update (December 2019)

For 2020, Multifamily markets look to continue to perform with low interest rates, high demand in most markets and stable cap rates.  Deliveries remain stable, comparable to the last few years.

Multifamily Capital Markets Update (November 2019)

Multifamily capital markets trends in November remain stable with cap rates slightly decreasing as the agencies jump back into the market. The 10-year treasury and LIBOR are also declining, reducing the cost of capital.