Multifamily is undoubtedly tremendously popular among investors—and for many reasons. Renter demand is up, and more young people want to live in urban, walkable markets, but the trend has led to a flood of class-A development and repositioning projects, which has taken away affordable housing supply. In a downturn, class-A apartments will be the first to see a dip in demand and rents. However, even with that in mind, multifamily remains the best asset to survive a downturn.
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