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December 1, 2014

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RCLCO Quarterly Chartbook: 3rd Quarter, 2014

By Paige Mueller, Managing Director; Todd Castagna, Vice President; and CJ Faulwell, Associate

As we reflect on the past year and ponder the year ahead, investment opportunities are becoming more limited, not because of changes in the capital markets (which we have been concerned about for some time), but because of construction pipelines that are increasing in every property type. While new supply trends vary significantly by market and property type, it is surprising to see the speed at which supply is returning, even in some markets that still have above-average vacancy rates and rents that are below the previous peak. While rents continue to rise in almost all markets, we are seeing an increasing number of markets in which occupancy is beginning to flatten as new supply meets or exceeds demand. Although most of these markets are residential and have high occupancy rates, the construction pipeline is still strong. We take a closer look at new supply in this issue of the RCLCO Quarterly Chartbook.

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Disclaimer: Reasonable efforts have been made to ensure that the data contained in this Advisory reflect accurate and timely information, and the data is believed to be reliable and comprehensive. The Advisory is based on estimates, assumptions, and other information developed by RCLCO from its independent research effort and general knowledge of the industry. This Advisory contains opinions that represent our view of reasonable expectations at this particular time, but our opinions are not offered as predictions or assurances that particular events will occur.

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