NYC, San Francisco could see an apartment selloff as investors turn to secondary markets

By Champaign Williams | BISNOW

There remains a large disparity between the luxury apartments being constructed and the working-class Americans in need of affordable apartments.  This divide is driving companies and renters from expensive core markets with inflated rents like San Francisco and New York to more financially manageable areas, and the migration is not going unnoticed by investors.

In a recent report, Ten-X Commercial researchers revealed five top sell and top buy markets for multifamily investors.

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