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Breakfast & Networking
Orange County Red Hot Multifamily Market
Creating Communities Through Thoughtful Development & Design
Greenberg Traurig, LLP, The Boardwalk
18565 Jamboree Road
Irvine, CA 92612
Floor: 5th floor
Parking Information: Complimentary self-parking at the on-site parking structure
Orange County consistently ranks as one of the most desirable places to live and work in the U.S.
great school systems, affluent neighborhoods, and a low unemployment rate, which reached near historic lows in November 2017 at 2.8%, this county is one of the best in the state.
As foreign investors look to broaden their scope outside tier 1 markets like LA, it's no surprise that many investors have targetted Orange County's robust multifamily market.
region has experienced an unprecedented amount of foreign capital influx as investors are taking their money off the sidelines.
The only issue is that the competition has made it difficult for local institutions to strike deals that pencil financially.
How much further will multifamily cap rates compress? Are there still opportunities for value-add returns in OC? Join us at our OC Multifamily event to find out!
1. Why did Newport Beach have one of the highest rent hikes in OC, rising 4.1% year-over-year?
2. How much further will cap rates compress as foreign capital continues to chase multifamily deals?
3. With 283,000 units expected to be delivered this year, how will this amount of supply impact market fundamentals?
4. Why has the spread between suburban and CBD cap rates for Class A multifamily properties widened?