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MetroIntelligence offers a wide range of economic data, market research and advisory services on all land uses in order to provide its clients the expertise they need to make critical business decisions regarding the following: 

  • Economic indicators at the national, regional, state, county and city/town levels on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis.
  • New home pricing and absorption studies
  • Apartment rental rates and absorption studies
  • Tax credit affordable housing market studies
  • Mixed-use (residential, retail, office, etc.) market studies

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The staff and affiliated experts of MetroIntelligence are a mix of trained economists and land use consultants who have worked with governments, homebuilders, land developers, real estate brokers, trade associations and consulting firms.  This unique mix allows us to combine traditional market studies with high-level, econometric-based forecasts from some of the nation's most pre-eminent economists.

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February column for Builder & Developer now online - Tuesday, February 06, 2018

MetroIntelligence Principal Patrick Duffy's column for the February 2018 issue of Builder and Developer magazine is now posted online.  This month's column reviews the construction labor crisis which is impacting home building, as well as offering potential solutions being tried around the country. 

To read the column online, click here.

 
January column for Builder & Developer now online - Friday, January 05, 2018

MetroIntelligence Principal Patrick Duffy's column for the January 2018 issue of Builder and Developer magazine is now posted online.  This month's column discusses the potential impact of tax reform in the year ahead, meeting pent-up supply, and what else to expect for the housing market.

To read the column online, click here.

 
    
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