- How have rental rates, rent payments and occupancy held up?
- How have eviction moratoriums impacted collections and underwriting?
- How has the new administration affected employment and outlook in the Capital region?
- Which cities and towns across Florida are seeing increased retner and investor interest?
- What is the state of multifamily investment and development activity and pipeline?
- How has the current situation affected construction costs, availability and timelines?
- In what ways has the pandemic created new opportunities for distressed acquisitions?
Upcoming Webinars & Speaking Engagements
RCLCO is incredibly involved in the global real estate community. Join us at the following upcoming (virtual and live) events where we will present our insights and discuss developing industry trends. We also host our own events, including annual CEO Summits and MPC University.
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Marcus & Millichap Multifamily Forum: Central & West Florida
April 20 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm EDT
Speaker: Karl Pischke, Vice President
Vice President Karl Pischke will participate as a speaker in the Apartment Industry Outlook and Emerging Trends panel on April 20, 2021 from 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM ET during the Marcus & Millichap Multifamily Forum: Central & West Florida. The West & Central Florida apartment industry has been a “tale of two cities”. While Tampa/St. Pete has fared relatively well, Orlando–recently the top apartment development market in the country by units–has been hit hard. Areas where folks can work from home have seen only minor drops in collections and occupancy, while hospitality-fueled markets have been devastated by the health crisis. That said, the pandemic and winter storms have accelerated in-migration to Florida. We are in unprecedented times with few historical comparisons to rely on. What do the next twelve months look like for multifamily operations, investment, and development in Florida?