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IRR 2015 forecast: Austin multifamily in the U.S. mixIRR 2015 forecast: Austin multifamily in the U.S. mixhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=6672015-06-19T05:00:00Z2015-06-19T08:00:00Z

​​TEXAS, U.S. - The multifamily market sector continues to lead the commercial real estate industry in many respects according to the 2015 IRR U.S. Cities Forecast/Conditions viewpoint.

In terms of underlying operating performance, Class B continued to outpace Class A performance with respect to occupancy in 2014.

While the multifamily sector continued to show many signs of strength, including continued expansionary market behavior, strong occupancy rates, and historically low capitalization rates, the early warning signs of a shift in market dynamics may have reared their heads in 2014.

Multifamily Market Conditions and Forecasts
Market Area Class A
Inventory
(units)
Class A
Vacancy
Rate
Class B
Inventory
(units)
Class B
Vacancy
Rate
Forecast
Avg. Annual
Net Absorp.
2015-2018
(units)
Houston 286,830 5.72% 322,450 6.71% 7,596
Dallas 222,928 5.31% 211,637 4.30% 3,814
Atlanta, Ga. 196,150 4.34% 171,000 7.18% 3,600
Phoenix, Ariz. 127,427 4.50% 137,622 4.74% -
Austin 99,938 6.66% 73,681 3.32% 2,965
Fort Worth 82,704 5.30% 80,751 4.10% 1,217
San Antonio 79,710 8.09% 81,000 6.96% 4,500
Las Vegas, Nev. 66,253 5.68% 71,289 5.50% 4,770


*Ranked by Class A Inventory

IRR (Integra Realty Resources)
Austin-Round Rock
Multifamily
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