Linwood Thompson

Thompson to Forecast at AFTC

Linwood Thompson, managing director of Marcus & Millichap, will present a wide-ranging forecast of the apartment market at the Apartment Finance Today Conference, held March 30 to April 1 at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix. More

Linwood Thompson: The Bottom is Close

The bottom of the single-family housing market is near, and the apartment industry is well positioned for a strong recovery, said Linwood Thompson, managing director of Marcus & Millichap, in his annual Apartment Industry Forecast at the recent Apartment Finance Today Conference. More

Thompson: Multifamily Primed to Weather Storm

Though the U.S. economy is slowing, the multifamily industry remains somewhat immune from recession and is primed to thrive in the next five to 10 years, according to Linwood Thompson, managing director of Marcus & Millichap’s National Multi Housing Group. More

Equity avalanche will continue through 2006

There’s just no way around it. Entrepreneurial types across the U.S. can expect to keep banging heads with institutionally backed players pretty much any time a sizable multi-family acquisition or development opportunity arises in 2006. More

Cap rates likely on the rise in 2006

Many multifamily finance professionals seem to view 2006’s expected rising-interest-rate environment as something of a good news/bad newsscenario. More

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If you own Class A or B apartments in South Florida, Southern California, or Washington, D.C., you've had some very good years. While multifamily properties have increased in value across the country, it's nothing quite like what's happening in these cities. Property values are soaring. Apartments in Southern California have seen their valuations increase 98 percent since 1999, with the biggest jump coming in 2002 when prices jumped 22 percent, according to Linwood Thompson, managing director for the National Multi Housing Group at Marcus & Millichap, a brokerage firm in Atlanta. More

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