Washington

Test test testing this.

Fri
09
Sep
The Editors's picture

Dupre & Scott Video Report: Development Update

Dupre & Scott Video Report: Development Update

Development Update

Developers plan to open 36,500 market rate apartment units in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties between the beginning of this year and mid-2018. Last September we expected they would open 37,700 units in that period. Close enough. It looks like not much has changed, but don't jump to conclusions just yet. Take a couple of minutes to watch the video. This is preliminary data but we think the final results we will publish in a few weeks will be close to the trends we'll discuss today.

Fri
26
Aug
The Editors's picture

Dupre & Scott Video Report: Apartment Price Trends and.. The Skew of the New

Apartment Price Trends and... The Skew of the New

Apartment Price Trends and... The Skew of the New

Last week we talked about apartment price trends by submarket and commented that price trends are distorted, at least to some degree, by the addition of new construction over time. New properties sell for more. Over time these naturally higher priced properties will distort price trends. It's the same "skew of the new" phenomenon we have talked about with rent trends. So let's take a look and see what impact, if any, the sale of newer properties has on price trends.

Fri
19
Aug
admin's picture

Rental Housing Journal On-Site August 2016

Rental Housing Journal On-Site August 2016

Rental Housing Journal is the business journal for the Seattle rental housing and multi-family property management industry.

 
Fri
19
Aug
The Editors's picture

Dupre & Scott Video Report: Comparing Submarket Price Performance

Dupre & Scott Video Report: Comparing Submarket Price Performance

Comparing Submarket Price Performance

Looking at apartment price trends for the Puget Sound region overall is useful. But prices vary in the various major submarkets and they probably perform differently over time, making some submarkets more attractive for investors. Or do they? To answer that question let's take a look at quarterly price trends and how investments have performed since 2000 in each of these submarkets: Seattle, the Eastside, South King County, Pierce County, and Snohomish County.

Tue
19
Jul
The Editors's picture

Rental Housing Journal On-Site July 2016

Rental Housing Journal On-Site July 2016

Rental Housing Journal is the business journal for the Seattle rental housing and multi-family property management industry.

Fri
15
Jul
The Editors's picture

Dupre & Scott Video Report: Brexit = Brenter?

Brexit = Brenter?

Eighty percent more people moved into Washington State from England last month compared to three months ago. But more important than that, people are moving here from all around the country and the world. And we have seen significant increases over the past few years. The question is, will that keep up or is migration slowing? Let’s take a look.

Fri
01
Jul
admin's picture

Dupre & Scott Video Report: Parking Cycles

Parking Cycles

More new construction is being developed with little or even no parking, particularly in Seattle. Investors are wondering how that will work. Will properties with little parking be less desirable, resulting in higher vacancies and lower rents? Let’s take a look at parking and its impact on rents and vacancies.

Thu
16
Jun
admin's picture

Rental Housing Journal On-Site June 2016

Rental Housing Journal On-Site June 2016

Rental Housing Journal is the business journal for the Seattle rental housing and multi-family property management industry.

Mon
16
May
The Editors's picture

Average Rents Break $1,000 in Pierce-Kitsap-Thurston 

Average Rents Break $1,000 in Pierce-Kitsap-Thurston 

Average Rents Break $1,000 in Pierce-Kitsap-Thurston 

Seattle  -  Apartment Insights 1st quarter results show average rents climbed $19 to $1,014 per month and $1.15 per square foot according to Tom Cain, the firm’s principal. 

The data are from his Seattle firm’s statistics and trends on 50+ unit properties in Pierce, Kitsap and Thurston counties. 

Vacancy:  3.97%     

The market vacancy for our nonrandom survey of conventional, stabilized 50+ unit properties in all three counties is 3.97%, slightly better than fourth quarter’s 4.02%. The vacancy rate was 4.37% a year ago. 

The rate for all properties including those in lease-up is 4.49%, up from 4.40% last quarter.

Pierce:  4.14%   

The vacancy rate in Pierce County dropped from 4.22% to 4.14% this quarter. It was 4.51% a year ago.  

Mon
16
May
The Editors's picture

Rental Housing Journal On-Site May 2016

Rental Housing Journal

Rental Housing Journal is the business journal for the Seattle rental housing and multi-family property management industry.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Washington