Apartment Forecast 2012 – San Francisco Bay Area

I had the pleasure of listening to Richard Knudsen talk about the apartment market in the Bay Area at the local IMF meeting. Richard is an extremely knowledgable veteran broker who is respected by many in the industry. Later I met with Richard to discuss the multi-family housing market and brokerage business in general. Below are the slides from his talk, please take a look at slide #6, it speaks for itself.

Presented By: Richard Knutson, CCIM

Apartment Forecast 2012 for the San Francisco Bay Area


Apartment Advisors

Percent Job Losses in Post WWII Recession

Median Household Income Index and Unemployment Rate

Top Performing National Markets by Rent Growth and Occupancy

National Apartment Revenue Growth

National Apartment Demand and Supply

National Apartment Market

Regional Trends Bay Area Employment 2006 – 2011

Bay Area Housing Permits 2005 – 2010

National vs Regional Construction Costs per SF

Bay Area Apartment Rent Trends

Bay Area Apartment Occupancy Rates

Regional Sales Trend $ Transaction Volume – 100+ Units

Regional Sales Trend # of Transactions – 100+ Units

Regional Sales Trend Avg. PriceUnit – 100+ Units

Regional Sales Trend CAP Rates – 100+ Units

Forecast Rental Housing Market

Forecast Investment Market

Forecast Transaction Opportunities

Overbuilding in 5 years

San Francisco Bay Area

Market Emotions

About BayApartmentBroker

Nick Myerhoff is a Bay Area apartment market specialist and property manager. He owns and operates his own multi-family portfolio and assists clients and prospects with their purchases and exchanges of commercial real estate in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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