Multifamily housing bubble may be in the future

While the multifamily housing is not near bubble status, it would be wise to adapt to the changing cycle. The biggest risk to the multifamily sector, like any sector, is the macroeconomic environment. If the economy weakens materially, multifamily is vulnerable.

The future of the US housing market, at least in the short term, looks optimistic. Although vacancies remain, they may not be in the right location or of the right kind to meet the pent-up demand.

Oregon’s modern history is shown in the chart below. I have also included new permits per the growth in the adult population which may be a better proxy for housing demand. Either way, Oregon continues to see very low levels of new construction since the housing bust.

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In our state, hard hit by the most-recent housing bubble, single-family home prices surged. also has remained much as it was before the recession, and may begin to assert itself more in the future..

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A housing bubble (or a housing price bubble) is one of several types of asset price bubbles which from time to time occur in the market. The basic concept of a housing bubble is the same as for other asset bubbles, consisting of two main phases. First there is a period where house prices increase dramatically, driven more and more by speculation.