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The Portland Metro Area (PMA) apartment market was experiencing low vacancy trends (5% and below in most areas) and increasing rental rates from 2005 through late 2008. Since that time; however, the rental market has seen steady decline in rental rates and increases in concessions and vacancy due to the national recession that has seen increasing unemployment in the area (11.6% for Portland in May 2009). These rental market changes, along with the extreme tightening of the credit market, has dramatically changed the investment climate for apartments in the Portland and Oregon area. Vacancy in most submarkets in the PMA has ...
This article was written by Mark D. Barry, an apartment appraiser in Portland, and Phillip E. Barry is a real estate broker who specializes in apartment sales, for the Metro Multifamily Housing Association. By Mark D. Barry and Phillip E. Barry Now that we have had time to analyze and disseminate the economic and real estate statistics for 2009 and see some of the figures for the first quarter of 2010, a clearer picture is emerging on some of the trends we can expect in the Portland economy and apartment market in 2010. So where are we going in the balance of 2010? Our thoughts are as follows: Read More
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