- Multifamily investments are generally positive for the majority of the 13 major metros across the U.S., says Freddie Mac.
- The quarterly rise in national AIMI reflects advantageous conditions for investments in the multifamily sphere of real estate.
- Nonetheless, the shift shown in the first quarter of this year (down 3.22 percent year-over-year) indicates the cost of investing rising, limiting the number of appealing multifamily units available compared to last year.
- In San Francisco, net operating income growth shows signs of leveling off, despite the cost to invest in the multifamily market becoming more expensive over recent years.
Despite slight moderations across the rental market, buying and leasing a multifamily property is generally positive for the majority of the 13 major metros across the U.S., says Freddie Mac.