Griffin Capital’s latest Fireside Chat provides a wide-ranging discussion on both the cyclical and secular factors impacting multifamily developers.
As supply chain issues, inflationary pressures and rising interest rates create cyclical pressures for both consumers and for the housing market, long-term secular trends continue to portend strong housing demand amidst changing demographics and undersupply. Population migration, the disparity between home prices and wage growth and other factors are catalyzing demand for multifamily housing with current occupancy levels at all-time highs and institutional investors increasing their exposure to the property markets with a particularly voracious appetite for multifamily and industrial real estate.
The Griffin Capital Team discusses how these issues are impacting both the near-term and long-term dynamics for multifamily development and the broader housing market.
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