Moody’s Investors Service View on US Multifamily REITs. In Moody’s opinion, the operating performance of US multifamily REITs will continue to decelerate this year. We expect net operating income (NOI) growth for multifamily REITs that we rate to slow to about 2.7 percent by the end of 2017, down from 5.5 percent growth at year-end 2016.
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National housing market slows as Texas heats up Moody’s tempers multifamily bubble fears Fannie, Freddie loans hit series high in National Mortgage risk index minorities, who tend to have less savings and lower credit scores than whites, have been hit hardest by lenders. mortgages backed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, amended its loan buyback.
Housing Price Declines Spread to 38 States in Feburary: Report The opinions expressed in The State of the Nation’s Housing 2018 do not necessarily represent the views of Harvard University, the Policy Advisory Board of the Joint Center for Housing Studies, the Ford Foundation, or the other sponsoring organizations.
US Housing Recovery: Cross-Sector Impact. As the US housing market continues its gradual recovery, Moody’s Investors Service and Moody’s Analytics each explore the impact of the housing recovery on a variety of sectors and different participants in the housing market. Moody’s Investors Service has produced US Housing Recovery: Cross-Sector Impact,
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Moody’s latest Red-Yellow-Green report on U.S commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) is cautiously optimistic about real estate’s near-term future. Multifamily housing holds the.
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Multifamily Construction Starts Falter After 5-Year Boom. apartment property prices are up about 54% above their pre-crisis peak level, according to Moody’s. The current average household size has shrunk to 2.53 from the 2.57 average before the Great Recession, indicating a need for 1.2 million more units.
The Housing Market is Not in a Bubble With housing prices appreciating at levels that far exceed historical norms, some are fearful that the market is heading for another bubble. To alleviate that fear, we just need to look back at the reasons that caused the bubble ten years ago.