Growing apartment demand
Delayed marriages, an aging population and immigration are increasing a pressing need for new apartments, to the tune of 4.6 million by 2030. See how we can meet this demand.our vision
about the research
We partnered with top researchers to estimate the demand for apartments in the future.
Researchers from Hoyt Advisory Services (HAS), comprised of Dr. Jeffrey D. Fisher (Vice President, Hoyt Advisory Services & Professor Emeritus, Indiana University), Dr. Norman G. Miller (Professor of Real Estate, University of San Diego), Paige Mueller (Whitegate Real Estate Advisors), and Michael Dinn (Dinn Focused Marketing).
current and historical demographic data
Descriptive current and historical demographic and housing data (such as the number of apartment residents and the size of the apartment stock) are NMHC tabulations of the most recently available American Community Survey microdata.
forecasted demographic data
Economic and demographic trend and forecast data was drawn from Moody’s Analytics® supplemented by other sources including U.S. Census Bureau, Federal Reserve and other forecast surveys such as the Wall Street Journal Economic Forecasting Survey and the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia Survey of Professional Forecasters. Property market data was derived from several sources including the U.S. Census Bureau, CoStar® Realty Information, CBRE® Econometrics and ESRI®.
economic impact data
Economic impact data (spending, economic contribution, and jobs created) were estimated by Dr. Stephen Fuller of George Mason University’s Center for Regional Analysis for 2013.
We are proud to have worked with the following sources
Dr. Stephen Fuller on behalf of NMHC and NAA, “The Trillion Dollar Apartment Industry”
Hoyt Advisory Services, Dinn Focused Marketing, and Whitegate Real Estate Advisors
NMHC Tabulations of American Housing Survey microdata, US Census Bureau & US Dept. of Housing and Urban Development
2015 American Community Survey, 1-Year Estimates, US Census Bureau
Axiometrics, a Realpage Company
NMHC tabulations of 2015 American Community Survey microdata, IPUMS
U.S. Census Bureau, New Residential Construction
NMHC and NAA partnered with Hoyt Advisory Services to identify the demand for apartments through 2030. Download their analysis of the apartment industry.download
A vision for 2030
Meeting the country's demand for apartments will take courageous steps at the federal, state and local levels.Download