Ugly CRE charts

January 6, 2010

From the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Quarterly Data Book:

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wow…

I guess the increase in apartment vacancy is a little counter intuitive, but maybe new supply is outpacing new demand from people having to move out of homes?

Posted by Andrew | Report as abusive

If many of the people moving out are moving back in with Mum and Dad, that can leave vacancies increasing.

Posted by dearieme | Report as abusive

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