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Las Vegas Multifamily Market Report: Vacancy Remaining in Tight Range, Rents Rising

Highlights:

Las Vegas Multifamily market report snapshot for Q1 2021
  • The Las Vegas economy is beginning to recover, and the multifamily market is posting healthy operating performance. Vacancy has remained low and has not moved outside of a tight range. Rents have been on the rise, and the pace of rent growth should accelerate as the economy strengthens.
  • Travel to Las Vegas has already begun to heat up. Visitor volume in March topped 2.2 million, the highest total in more than a year.
  • Vacancy in Las Vegas inched up 10 basis points during the first quarter, reaching 4.4 percent. The rate is identical to the figure from one year ago.
  • Local rents have continued to trend higher. Asking rents ended the first quarter at $1,194 per month, up 2.8 percent year over year.
  • The investment market slowed at the start of 2021, with fewer properties changing hands. In the deals that did transact, the median price was approximately $135,200 per unit, and cap rates averaged 5 percent. In Class A and Class B properties, cap rates were lower, averaging 4.6 percent.

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Las Vegas Q4 Multifamily Market Report: Apartment Market Performs, Despite Steep Job Losses

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Las Vegas Multifamily market report snapshot for Q4 2020
  • The Las Vegas economy dealt with economic turbulence in 2020, but the multifamily market continued to post strong performance. Vacancies remained largely in check, and rents posted steady gains.
  • After rising in the first quarter, vacancy stabilized for the remainder of the year. The local vacancy rate finished 2020 at 4.3 percent, up just 20 basis points from the end of 2019. Vacancy rates inched down 10 basis points in the fourth quarter.
  • Apartment rents increased 3.1 percent during 2020, propelled by price hikes in the first and fourth quarters. Local asking rents finished the year at $1,181 per month.
  • The Las Vegas investment market delivered a mixed performance in 2020. The coronavirus weakened deal flow significantly in the first half of the year, but the decline in activity did not affect valuations. Prices recorded a slight increase from 2019, while cap rates compressed, averaging 4.7 percent in 2020.

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Las Vegas Q3 Multifamily Market Report: Job Losses Linger, but Vacancy Holds Steady

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Las Vegas Multifamily market report snapshot for Q3 2020
  • The Las Vegas multifamily market has held relatively steady, despite the local economy facing significant headwinds. Quarterly vacancy figures have been stable throughout much of the year, and rents have posted modest gains.
  • The local vacancy rate finished the third quarter at 4.4 percent, unchanged from the past two quarters. Year over year, vacancy is up 10 basis points.
  • Rent trends have been uneven, declining in the second quarter before inching higher in the third quarter. Local asking rents finished the third quarter at $1,166 per month, up 2.5 percent year over year.
  • Multifamily property sales gained momentum during the third quarter, following minimal activity in the preceding months. Pricing has closely tracked levels recorded in 2019, while cap rates compressed and averaged approximately 4.7 percent.

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Las Vegas Q4 Multifamily Market Report: Sales Prices Rise as Velocity Accelerates

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  • The Las Vegas multifamily market strengthened during the fourth quarter. Vacancy tightened late in the year, while the investment market gained momentum throughout 2019.
  • Vacancy dipped 30 basis points in the fourth quarter, falling to 4.1 percent. The rate dropped 10 basis points for the full year.
  • Rent growth has been very strong in Las Vegas during the past several years, but the pace slowed during the second half of 2019. Asking rents rose 4.3 percent for the year, reaching $1,146 per month.
  • The investment market strengthened in 2019. Sales velocity accelerated, particularly during the fourth quarter as prices rose and cap rates compressed. The median price topped $150,000 per unit, while cap rates averaged approximately 5 percent.

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Las Vegas Q3 Market Report: Prices Rose and Cap Rates Compressed in 2019

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Las Vegas Q3 2019 market snapshot
  • The Las Vegas multifamily market had a steady year in 2019, with a strong year of hiring supporting renter demand for apartments.
  • Vacancy is up 30 basis points year over year, reaching 4.4 percent. The rate is lower in Class B and Class C units but has crept higher in Class A properties.
  • Asking rents are up 5.2 percent in the past 12 months, reaching $1,138 per month. Annual rent growth has exceeded 5 percent in each of the past nine quarters.
  • The investment market strengthened in 2019. Sales velocity accelerated, prices rose, and cap rates compressed. The median price topped $150,000 per unit, while cap rates averaged approximately 5 percent.

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Las Vegas Q2 Multifamily Market Report: Transaction Activity Spikes, Particularly in Larger Sales

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Las Vegas Q2 market snapshot
  • The Las Vegas multifamily market fared well in the first half of the year. Vacancy was flat and rents rose at a steady pace. New construction was limited after a very active past two years.
  • Vacancy in Las Vegas was flat from the first quarter to the second quarter, holding steady at 4.2 percent. The rate is 70 basis points higher than one year ago.
  • Asking rents have gained 6.9 percent year over year, reaching $1,124 per month.
  • Multifamily property sales accelerated during the second quarter, with activity gaining momentum in larger assets. The median price in the first half of this year was $153,200 per unit, while cap rates have averaged approximately 5 percent.

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Las Vegas Q1 Multifamily Market Report: Vacancy Likely to Dip as Fewer Units Are Delivered

Q1 Las Vegas Multifamily Market Report indicators

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  • The Las Vegas multifamily market steadied during the first quarter, with vacancy leveling off and deliveries slowing. Population growth remained strong, fueling employment expansion, and supporting renter demand for units.
  • Vacancy in Las Vegas was flat in the first quarter, holding at 4.2 percent. The rate is 100 basis points higher than one year ago.
  • Rent growth has been strong in recent quarters, although the pace slowed modestly during the first quarter. Asking rents reached $1,112 per month, up 8.4 percent year over year.
  • Newer properties accounted for approximately half of the transaction activity during the first quarter, resulting in higher prices in closed deals. The median price reached $174,500 per unit, while the average cap rate compressed to 4.9 percent.

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Scott Monroe shares insight at InterFace Las Vegas Multifamily Conference

NorthMarq’s Scott Monroe will share his insight into current commercial real estate finance trends during the Capital Markets panel at the InterFace Las Vegas Multifamily Conference on April 24. 

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NorthMarq Capital promotes two senior vice presidents to managing director in New Jersey and Las Vegas offices

MINNEAPOLIS (February 15, 2017) – NorthMarq Capital Presidents Jeff Weidell and William Ross announced two promotions in the company’s regional offices. Scott Monroe, senior vice president-Las Vegas, and Gary Cohen, senior vice president-New Jersey, were promoted to the position of managing director.

Both Monroe and Cohen will retain their local production roles but will add more oversight of their respective offices, primarily in achieving hiring, development, and production goals.

Prior to joining NorthMarq Capital, Monroe was a senior vice president at Johnson Capital Production, where he financed debt and equity for commercial projects. Before that he worked at Q10|Bonneville Realty Capital from 1996-2010 and was a top producer, averaging over $155 million in production per year. From 1996-2007 he funded over $1.5 billion. He worked at John Burnham Company from 1983-1996 as a top producing mortgage banker. At John Burnham Company, he was recognized as investment officer of the year in 19984, 1985, 1987, 1990, 1992 and 1994.

“We are very pleased that Scott is now managing director of our Las Vegas office. Scott has been with the company since mid-2013 and has been in our Million Dollar club consistently,” said Jeff Weidell, president. “He is in the process of building his office, which includes a new associate producer, vice president and an experienced analyst.”

Monroe is an active member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), Southern Nevada NAIOP and the International Council of Shopping Centers. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from California State University in San Diego, where he majored in accounting and was named to the Dean’s list. Monroe was a Lieutenant in the Marines from 1974-1977.

Prior to joining NorthMarq Capital in 2011, Cohen ran the New Jersey office of Centerline Capital Group which focused primarily on FHLMC and FNMA debt originations. Cohen is a graduate of the University of Maryland and has been active in various charities and coaching youth sports.

“I am pleased to announce Gary Cohen’s promotion to managing director of our New Jersey office,” said William Ross, president. “Gary joined NorthMarq Capital in 2011 and is a 20+ year veteran of commercial mortgage banking. We look forward to Gary leveraging his extensive experience and know-how to the benefit of the New Jersey team.”

About NorthMarq Capital
NorthMarq Capital, the largest privately held commercial real estate financial intermediary in the U.S., provides debt, equity and commercial loan servicing through its 36 offices nationwide. The company has built long-term relationships with life companies, CMBS platforms and local, regional and national banks, and has maintained a long track record of multifamily loan origination through Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae and FHA/HUD. The company closes $13 billion in commercial real estate loans annually and services a loan portfolio of more than $50 billion. For more information please visit northmarqcap.wpengine.com.

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