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US Real Estate Drop-In: Will southern metros continue to lead?

The pandemic-induced “great migration” fuelled rapid growth for apartment rents and house prices in southern metros. But a huge supply response in many of those apartment markets threatens to unwind recent rent gains, while for those single-family markets, there’s fears that the recent surge in prices has put housing out of reach for those looking to buy.

So will boom turn to bust or is there enough growth to keep the wheels turning? And where are investors likely to find the best value and returns over this year and next?

Drawing on recent analysis from our US Commercial Property and US Housing coverage, our property economists will be holding an online briefing all about the outlook for the residential sector in metro markets.

During this 20-minute session, Kiran Raichura and Thomas Ryan will be answering your questions as they address key issues, including:

  • How much of an impact new multifamily supply will have on US metro performance;
  • How unaffordable housing has become in the south;
  • Whether growth could come from other regions and metros.
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