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Apartment Absorption Remains Steady

The US Census Bureau’s Survey of Market Absorption (SOMA), produced in collaboration with the Department of Housing and Urban Development, provides users with the opportunity to take a look at apartment completions and absorption rates on a quarterly basis. According to the SOMA, completions of unfurnished, unsubsidized apartments in buildings with five or more units totaled to 70,400 in the… Read More ›

Apartment and Condominium Absorption Increased in Q2 2017

The Census Bureau, in collaboration with the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), produces the Survey of Market Absorption (SOMA), which tracks apartment and condominium completions, absorption rates (the share of apartments/condos rented or purchased within the first 3 months after completion), and asking rent prices. In the second quarter of 2017, completions of unfurnished, unsubsidized, privately financed apartments… Read More ›

2016 Multifamily Completions by Building Size

The Census Bureau recently released 2016 multifamily completions data from the Survey of Construction. A total of 159,000 housing units, or 49 percent of all multifamily completions, were in buildings with 50 or more units, more than any other building type (Figure 1). Multifamily completions in large buildings (50 or more units) grew significantly after the Great Recession, but growth… Read More ›

Apartment and Condominium Absorption Rates Drop

According to the most recent release of the Survey of Market Absorption (SOMA), produced by the US Census Bureau in collaboration with the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, completions of nonsubsidized, unfurnished, rental apartments in buildings with 5 or more units totaled to 73,300 in the fourth quarter of 2016, about 9 percent higher than completions in the… Read More ›