Dylan Simon -- Colliers International
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Dylan Simon -- Colliers International
I specialize in the sale of apartment buildings in Seattle and the greater Puget Sound region. I focus on the sale of both apartment buildings and developable land ranging from $3M to $100M. I am passionate about real estate investment and development, economics, technology and urbanism. Through brokerage I assist apartment investors and developers in achieving the highest possible levels of return and build an advisory relationship that lasts ownership life-cycles instead of just a transaction.
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Apartment Market Weathers the Storm of New Supply

Apartment Market Weathers the Storm of New Supply | Dylan Simon -- Colliers International | Scoop.it
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"High occupancy rates are helping keep apartment rents high and rising. 'Rent growth—while below the cycle’s peaks—has outperformed many investors’ expectations,' says Willett. Same-property rents for new leases climbed 2.6 percent in first quarter compared to the year before. That’s about the same as the rate of rent growth has been over the last four quarters, according to RealPage."

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Housing Market Trends: 2017 Year in Review, 2018 Outlook

Housing Market Trends: 2017 Year in Review, 2018 Outlook | Dylan Simon -- Colliers International | Scoop.it
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"Occupancy rates have fallen in the markets with the most new multifamily construction.... Slight occupancy-rate declines have also been observed in tight-supply markets such as Denver and Seattle as new properties enter the market."

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Apartment Sector Boom Set to Continue in 2018

Apartment Sector Boom Set to Continue in 2018 | Dylan Simon -- Colliers International | Scoop.it
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What's in store for 2018? "Next year, the amount of new construction is expected to slow down somewhat, but the overall trends are expected to stay the same."

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