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In the Florida markets we cover, there are 1,935 apartment complexes over 10 units (868 complexes over 100 units) that are owned by 960 +/- investors

98.76% are from the U.S. (35 total states) and only 1.24% are from Canada.

The top 5 states where these 960 +/- investors are from represent 81.14% of all the owners.

  1. Florida  -  63.32%
  2. New York  -  6.22%
  3. California  -  5.49%
  4. Georgia  -  3.63%
  5. Texas  -  2.49%

In the Florida markets we cover, there are 1,935 apartment complexes over 10 units (868 complexes over 100 units) that are owned by 960 +/- investors

98.76% are from the U.S. (35 total states) and only 1.24% are from Canada.

The top 5 states where these 960 +/- investors are from represent 81.14% of all the owners.

  1. Florida  -  63.32%
  2. New York  -  6.22%
  3. California  -  5.49%
  4. Georgia  -  3.63%
  5. Texas  -  2.49%

Did you know in the central/north Florida markets we cover:

The average size complex is 125 units with 94% occupancy and $1.04/SF rents68.5% are conventional housing, 11.8% are students, and 19.7% are affordable or senior. The median time investors held the asset before selling was 41 months.

Median Sale Price:

$72,917/unit

Median Price per SF:

$94.14

Median Age:

1975

Median Rent at Time of Sale:

$825/month

Median Size per Unit:

849 SF

Median Gross Rent Multiple:

8.05

*Stats for Trailing 12 months from 1st Quarter 2020 and combine conventional, student, affordable, and Classes A, B, and C.

We hear most multifamily investors have the following concerns with brokers:

  • they aren’t out to protect you from known harm and aren’t transparent with all aspects of the deal,
  • they aren’t as educated, experienced, or current on market conditions as you’d like them to be,
  • they aren’t nearly as accessible by phone, email, or text as they should be, and
  • they always want to sell your property but rarely help you buy the next one.

...WE HEAR YOU LOUD AND CLEAR.

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