MBA Chart of the Week Sept. 10 2021–Commercial/Multifamily Property Values

Commercial and multifamily property prices are the product of two things: a) the net operating income (NOI) a property produces and/or is expected to produce and b) the multiple of that income (the capitalization or “cap” rate) investors are willing to pay in order to own that income stream.

MBA Chart of the Week Sept. 10 2021–Commercial/Multifamily Property Values

Commercial and multifamily property prices are the product of two things: a) the net operating income (NOI) a property produces and/or is expected to produce and b) the multiple of that income (the capitalization or “cap” rate) investors are willing to pay in order to own that income stream.

MBA Chart of the Week Sept. 7 2021: Home Price Appreciation, Average Loan Sizes

Home price appreciation continued to accelerate in the second quarter, driven by robust housing demand, which continues to outpace the supply of homes for sale. Some prospective home buyers have taken out larger loans, while others, such as first-time homebuyers or those looking for less expensive homes, have been priced out of the market.

MBA Chart of the Week Sept. 7 2021: Home Price Appreciation, Average Loan Sizes

Home price appreciation continued to accelerate in the second quarter, driven by robust housing demand, which continues to outpace the supply of homes for sale. Some prospective home buyers have taken out larger loans, while others, such as first-time homebuyers or those looking for less expensive homes, have been priced out of the market.

MBA Chart of the Week Aug. 16 2021–Aggregate Back Rent Owed

This week’s MBA Chart of the Week zeroes in on households who missed rental payments in June. The chart plots a) the distribution of those households by the number of payments they have missed since the onset of the pandemic; and b) an estimate of the aggregate dollar volume of back rent owed by those households.

MBA Chart of the Week Aug. 16 2021–Aggregate Back Rent Owed

This week’s MBA Chart of the Week zeroes in on households who missed rental payments in June. The chart plots a) the distribution of those households by the number of payments they have missed since the onset of the pandemic; and b) an estimate of the aggregate dollar volume of back rent owed by those households.