On a Roll: North Texas Apartment Industry Outlook
Dallas/Fort Worth has continued to see strong results in the multifamily industry, making it a target for investment dollars leaving the coastal cities due to the combination of unemployment, COVID, rent regulations, crime and even wildfires. Yet Texas isn’t immune to problems. We are in unprecedented times with few historical comparisons to rely on. However, we are seeing glimpses of a new market come to existence with buyer activity coming back to pre-covid numbers. What does the next 12 months look like for multifamily investment and development in North Texas?
- How have rental rates, rent payments and occupancy held up since March?
- How has the new federal eviction moratorium impacted collections and underwriting?
- How is unemployment affecting the outlook for the apartment industry in North Texas?
- Which neighborhoods or towns across the region are suddenly more attractive in light of the pandemic?
- What is the state of multifamily investment and development activity and pipeline?
- How has the current situation affected construction costs, availability and timelines?
- In what ways has the pandemic created new opportunities for distressed deals and projects?
- Jeff Daniels, SVP & National Director, Institutional Property Advisors
- Ric Campo, Chairman & CEO, Camden Property Trust
- Fernando De Leon, CEO, Leon Capital Group
- Paul Hendershot, Director, CoStar
- Margette Hepfner, Chief Operating Officer, Lincoln Property Company
- Greg Mutz, CEO, AMLI Residential
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