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The rising cost of housing across the nation has bolstered the demand for lower-cost options. Last year this demand contributed to the vacancy rate in manufactured housing communities either holding steady or dropping in all regions. Vacancy in the Midwest posted the largest drop, though the vacancy level remains in the double digits.More

The rising cost of housing across the nation has bolstered the demand for lower-cost options. Last year this demand contributed to the vacancy rate in manufactured housing communities either holding steady or dropping in all regions. Vacancy in the Midwest posted the largest drop, though the vacancy level remains in the double digits.More

Robust demographics, rising healthcare spending power medical office demand. Medical office properties will sustain their positive outlook this year as strong employment and aging demographics align with favorable sector trends to boost performance. Baby boomers remain a key driver of overall demand for medical services, while a steady rise in medical school enrollment over the past decade will meet staffing needs and support demand for medical office space nationwide.More

Investment activity climbs as sellers meet market realities. Growing demand for single-tenant, net-leased retail assets has propelled the sector to a strong start in 2019. With sellers bringing down pricing to market and buyers implementing more aggressive investment strategies, the gap is beginning to close. Additional demand is underpinned by moderating economic growth, encouraging some investors to use single-tenant assets as a defense play.More

Room demand climbs throughout the Virginias, boosting occupancy. Steady room use will underpin a sixth consecutive year of occupancy improvement in the Washington, D.C./Central Atlantic region. Occupancy growth will likely be led by West Virginia this year, where rates have increased considerably since 2017 after the passage of the Tourism Act.More

Improving oil markets bode well for hotel performance in the Upper Midwest. Healthy room demand throughout the majority of states in the Upper Midwest will support a second year of occupancy improvement and steady revenue growth.More