There are over 72,000 data points on the graphs covering 45 geographical areas, three property classes of 27 property types over 5 years. This includes the Nationwide data and:
Atlanta * Baltimore * Boston * Charlotte * Jacksonville * Memphis * Miami * Nashville * NYC * Orlando * Philadelphia * Pittsburgh * Raleigh * Tampa * Washington DC
Austin * Chicago * Cincinnati * Cleveland * Columbus * Dallas * Detroit * Houston * Indianapolis * Kansas City * Minneapolis * Oklahoma City * San Antonio * Saint Louis
Albuquerque * Denver * Los Angeles * Las Vegas * Orange County (LA) * Phoenix * Salt Lake City * San Diego * San Francisco * Sacramento * Seattle
27 property types with 3 classes each. Updated 4 time per year. No regional or local cap rates.
Everything in #1 plus your choice of the East, Central or West Regional Cap Rates. In addition to the National Cap Rates and Regional Cap Rates you also city cap rates (between 12 to 15 cities, depending on the region) with the same 27 property types and 3 classes included for each region and city. Updated 4 times per year.
Everything in #2 plus all three regions instead of just one region. That's 45 geographical area, 27 property types, 3 classes, updated quarterly on a 5 year trend. That's over 72,000 data points all accessible within seconds.
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Calculated Capitalization Rates for class A, B and C properties of the following property types.
Apartments * Senior Housing * Student Housing * Acute Care * CCR'C * Assisted Living * Industrial * Warehouse * Flex * Manufactured Housing Communities * Mobile Home Parks * Office * Medical * Restaurant * Retail * Self-Storage
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Sara Oates, Chief Appraiser, Total Appraisal Management Review (TAMR) Austin, TX