SIC 6513 | NAICS 531110 & 531311
The following guide to industry information, research, and analysis provides sources for industry trends and statistics, market research and analysis, financial ratios and salary surveys, and more.
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Comprehensive market research reports provide in-depth industry analysis and five-year forecasts, with special focus on the underlying structure and external forces and relationships that affect industries and their performance. Report contents include:
Monthly trade journal features news and information for the multifamily housing industry, with topics covered in each issue including industry trends and outlook, property management and marketing, products and services, interviews with leading industry participants, and profiles of innovative firms and properties. Selected feature articles from current and archived issues are available free online.
First Research profiles cover key aspects of an industry's size, scope, and operations and include a five-year growth forecast. Profile contents include:
Research section provides a comprehensive selection of newsletters and reports for the multifamily housing market, with resources available in this section including "Quick Facts & Figures", "Market Trends Newsletter", "Research Notes Newsletter", "NHMC Quarterly Survey of Apartment Market Conditions", and "Top 50 Owners and Managers". Selected information is available free online.
Quarterly publication provides information on current market conditions, statistics, and trends for the multifamily housing industry, with topics addressed in the report including U.S. supply and demand outlook, demand growth in major markets, vacancy rate in major markets, construction permits and completions, rent and revenue growth, underwriting and lending, and investment activity and returns.
Five-year financial statement analysis includes income statements, balance sheets, and key financial ratios, with data available by sales size range on a national, state, and metro area level.
Annual surveys provide detailed income and expense information for multi-family residential properties, with survey results broken out by type of building (e.g., elevator, low-rise 12 to 24 units, low-rise 25 or more units, garden type, and furnished buildings) on a national, regional, and metropolitan area basis. Sample metropolitan area report, regional map, survey guidelines, and definitions are available online.
Annual financial survey provides revenue and operating expense data for apartment communities, with survey data presented in dollars per unit, dollars per square foot of rentable area, and as a percentage of gross potential rent and broken out by property type (e.g., garden, mid-rise/high-rise), utility metering (e.g., individual, master), total units, and geographic region. Executive summary is available free online.
Annual compensation survey provides base salary, cash bonus, variable pay, and long-term incentive data for corporate, regional, and on-site personnel employed by multifamily residential property owners on a national, regional, state, and metropolitan area basis. Table of contents, job position descriptions, and complete list of corporate and on-site job positions included in the survey are available free online.
Annual compensation survey provides base salary and bonus information for personnel employed by multifamily residential property owners and managers, with survey data broken out by company size (number of employees), company type (e.g., public, private), specialization, geographic region, and metropolitan area. Selected summary data for residential management positions is available online.
Triennial salary survey provides compensation and benefits data for accredited residential property managers based on level of education, years of management experience, organization type, type of property managed (e.g., conventionally-financed apartments, affordable/public housing, single-family homes, mobile homes, student housing, and senior housing), portfolio size, and geographic region.
Real estate appraisal publication provides in-depth analysis of the concepts and issues applicable to the multi-unit residential property market, with topics covered in individual chapters including market, neighborhood, site, and property analysis; value concepts; income and expense analysis; and cost, sales comparison, and income capitalization approaches. Table of contents is available free online.