Matt Maison Matt Maison

Matt Maison, Director of Research and Analysis for Arbor, is an experienced commercial real estate analyst and thought leader. His focus is on multifamily markets and the economy. Formerly, he led CBRE’s Manhattan research team, and was the Director of Corporate research at Newmark Grubb Knight Frank. Prior to joining the real estate industry, Matt worked in the field of biotechnology.

In Case You Missed It: Week Ending March 10

By: Matt Maison

2 weeks ago

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How inflation impacts commercial real estate; marketing across generations; apartment starts and permits move in opposite directions; and more in this week’s multifamily news roundup.

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In Case You Missed It: Week Ending March 3

By: Matt Maison

3 weeks ago

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How to profit from solar; the seventh inning market cycle stretches on; healthy buildings mean happy tenants; student housing demand ramps up; and more, in this edition of the ALEX Chatter weekly multifamily roundup.  Read More


In Case You Missed It: Week Ending Feb. 24

By: Matt Maison

4 weeks ago

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Class-B rent growth on the rise; Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac set multifamily volume records in 2016; stable growth expected for the commercial real estate sector — and more in this week’s multifamily news roundup.  Read More


In Case You Missed It: Week Ending Jan. 20

By: Matt Maison

2 months ago

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U.S. economy expands; foreign money looks to apartments outside of gateway markets; rent growth shows the strongest year-over-year gain since 2007; and more in this week’s ALEX Chatter multifamily news roundup.

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Multifamily Market Update — Q3 2016

By: Matt Maison

4 months ago

Seattle has continued to outperform nearly every other market in terms of rent growth.

The U.S. multifamily market continued to be boosted by the strong national economy during Q3 2016, as the job market posted steady gains and home prices approached pre-recession levels, although uncertainty remained around interest rates and added supply. Read More