• Atlanta

Appetite for Apartments Remains Steady

Investor demand for multifamily remained strong in the first half of the year, with $8.2 billion in transaction volume. In the Southeast, there’s been an uptick in demand for alternative property types beyond Class A urban, including suburban and tertiary properties as well as senior housing, student housing and Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) assets. Additionally, while some might be concerned about overbuilding, Atlanta’s anticipated demand of 82,100 new rental units needed by 2022 is currently outpacing the number of units under construction. For more information, check out the infographic below from Cushman & Wakefield’s Atlanta Research team.

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