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In the Florida markets we cover, there are 1,976 apartment complexes over 10 units that are owned by 1,000 +/- investors. There are 877 complexes over 100 units that are owned by only 414 +/-investors.

98.60% are from the U.S. (36 total states) and only 1.00% are from Canada.

The top 5 states represent 81.30% of all the owners.

  1. Florida  -  62.40%
  2. New York  -  6.80%
  3. California  -  6.10%
  4. Georgia  -  3.50%
  5. Texas  -  2.50%

In the Florida markets we cover, there are 2,022 apartment complexes over 10 units that are owned by 996 +/- investors. There are 914 complexes over 100 units that are owned by only 598 +/-investors.

99.20% are from the U.S. (38 total states) and less than 1.00% are from Canada.

The top 5 states represent 81.00% of all the owners.

  1. Florida  -  62.35%
  2. New York  -  6.83%
  3. California  -  5.62%
  4. Georgia  -  3.61%
  5. Texas  -  2.51%

Did you know in the central/north Florida markets we cover:

Of all the inventory that exists over 10 units in the markets we cover in the above map 68.74% of the inventory is conventional housing, 11.52% is student, and 19.73% are affordable or senior. Here are some additional stats on the inventory that sold:

*Stats for Trailing 12 months ending 2nd Quarter 2022 and combine Classes A, B, and C.  Please note the smaller number of sales in Student and Affordable make assumptions in those categories less reliable.

Top 1% own nearly 12% of assets (199 properties or 22 properties each)
Top 2% own nearly 17% of assets (257 properties or 18 properties each)
Top 5% own nearly 29% of assets (278 properties or 16 properties each)
64% own only 1 property and 17% own only 2 properties each
81% own 50% of the properties (1.5 properties each)
19% own the remaining 50% of properties (14.5 properties each)
Stats as of EST

For the trailing 3 years, we’ve helped investors achieve a sale price that, on average, resulted in a 15.27% per year increase in value and a 4.08 multiple of their purchase price from the time they acquired the asset.

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Value Increase Per Year
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Multiple of Purchase Price
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