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Multifamily Data

Multifamily property investments rely on accurate rental forecasts to ensure a high ROI. However, traditional data sources like historical rent growth are no longer sufficient to ensure accurate forecasts.


When you’re strategizing and making important decisions on multifamily property investments, it’s critical that you have more granular, real-time apartments housing data to guide your decisions.


In particular, choosing markets with the best returns is essential when allocating capital to ensure maximum returns. Thanks to our decades of proven accuracy and reliability, Austin Investor Interests multifamily property reports can help you acquire and manage apartment properties more profitably.

High ROI with Multifamily Property Data

Conducting market research is the very first step of investing in multifamily property. But if your data sources are wrong, incomplete, or inaccurate, they can throw you off and lead to unprecedented losses.


Here at Austin Investor Interests, we only rely on property data we collect from our wide network of property investors, developers, and managers. We put actual boots on the ground to collect granular, street-level data on a daily basis, ensuring the integrity and reliability of every data set we use


This approach also allows us to provide highly localized and personalized insights for every neighborhood and metro area where we conduct our research. Our founder, Robin, was born and raised in Austin and has developed an up close and personal perspective of the loca real estate market. 


Our San Antonio team are also long-time residents in the area, which has allowed us to develop a finely-tuned sense of local growth and housing trends. For example, we can incorporate our knowledge of current and planned zoning laws and building projects building projects in the area to identify trends that could help inform your long-term development strategy.


This is particularly important because it impacts how much rent you can charge years into the future. Thanks to our rich data and long-term insights, you can be confident in your property decisions and ensure high returns not just now, but in years to come.

Stay in the Loop of Multifamily Property Data Trends

The multifamily property market has undergone several important changes since the 90s. In addition to the more significant trends like price increases and the rise of technology, there are many other subtle changes in tenant needs that can have a huge impact on property performance.


For example, the rise of flexible working environments means more people are willing to move to the suburbs where they can enjoy homes with larger square footage, green common areas, fenced yards, and nearby dog parks.


However, urban properties still have the advantage of being centrally located, and people can still cycle to work or take public transportation. Depending on what your target market is, you would need to focus on a providing a unique set of amenities to attract and retain tenants.


The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic is still being felt in the apartment market. Multifamily homes that provide more social and remote working spaces, smart technology, bundled media, package lockers, bicycle storage, pet spas, community yards, and other amenities are now preferable to the dense housing developments we had before.


If you’re building apartments, these trends are vital. We provide an amenity report that provides information on the percentage of properties with each amenity type and associated fees. This report can help you understand the additional revenue potential and demand for each amenity.


Depending on your needs, we can tailor the report to urban or suburban real estate. This information can be the reason why your multifamily property achieves near-100% occupancy rates despite the competition.

Why Invest in Apartment Units Today?

Multifamily properties have consistently been more profitable than single-family homes. They’re defined as properties with two or more residential units, which means they can potentially bring in more rental income and have lower operating costs by utilizing economies of scale.


Austin Investor Interests tracks property data on multifamily buildings with 50 units or more. Such properties are more expensive, which mean a large capital commitment and possibly taking up significant debt. Investors must evaluate each apartment project carefully to minimize the chances of failure.


With this type of property, factors like location, target market, and cash flow will make or kill your investment. Whether you’re looking to rent or sell your multifamily units, it’s vital that you base your property decisions on firm, data-backed insights drawn directly from the market.


For instance, timing is crucial when investing in multifamily real estate. But, does current demand and prevailing market conditions support getting into the market or expanding your portfolio? Probably not. 


The truth is, although demand is still strong and the multifamily segment has consistently survived volatile market conditions, the property market is declining. Staying up-to-date on current market conditions will help you know when the tide turns and which neighborhoods are likely to provide the best returns.

Data You Can Trust for Your Multifamily Property Portfolio

Buying and managing multifamily property is primarily a data-heavy business. From calculating cash flow and expenses to estimating future occupancy rates, this market segment requires a source of accurate, consistent, and timely property market data.


Austin Investor Interests has built and maintained a multifamily database since 1994, giving us decades of experience that could help multifamily property investors find the holy grail every time. 


Whether you’re just getting into the multifamily property business or are looking for ways to maximize your ROI from existing investments, you can trust our comprehensive property reports to help you make the right decisions even in a volatile real estate market.