Multifamily origination volume could hit a new record this. thus creating downward pressure on rent growth. Freddie Mac added that this year should end with nearly two-thirds of major metro areas.

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In an update to an earlier outlook published in January 2017, Freddie Mac Multifamily predicts in its new "Multifamily Volume and Pricing Outlook" for 2017 that total multifamily origination volume could increase by 3% to 6% this year, depending on the movements of the 10-year treasury rate.. If the 10-year Treasury rate stays within the 2.5% range, multifamily origination volume is expected.

The multifamily sector is poised to enjoy a vibrant year, according to a new analysis released by Freddie Mac.. The Freddie Mac Multifamily Outlook predicted an increased additional construction and a supply of multifamily units, although some markets will start to moderate while others remain robust.

Freddie Mac has released. affordable to low- and moderate-income households earning up to 120 percent of area median income. The company is anticipating another strong year for the multifamily.

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As additional background, Freddie Mac Multifamily’s recent mid-year outlook found that market fundamentals over the past few years have started to moderate, but remain healthy, with rents above.

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MCLEAN, VA – The Freddie Mac Multifamily Research Group released its 2017 Multifamily Outlook on demand, vacancies and rent growth nationally and in the nation’s top metro markets. At the national level, oversupply risks are expected to be kept in check by steady absorption rates, a modest drop in.

Freddie Mac predicts that multifamily originations will set another record in 2017 and 2018, but the growth rate will be slower than in the past few years. Rising interest rates through 2018 will cause capitalization rates to increase slightly, which will put downward pressure on property price growth and slow origination volume.

A look at the recent multifamily origination volumes shows the market continuing to grow, says David Brickman, Freddie Mac’s executive vice president of multifamily. "This is clearly due to the overall trend we see in multifamily in terms of the movement to renting and growth in rental housing," he says.

The Freddie Mac Multifamily Outlook predicted an increased. some markets will start to moderate while others remain robust. The increased volume of supply is expected to raise the national vacancy.

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