Market Intelligence - Southeast Region
The Southeast region has been a popular spot for many renters looking to relocate from expensive gateway markets. Strong demographic tailwinds are seen in areas like Atlanta, Nashville and Memphis.
This has expanded into smaller markets over the past few years, with some experiencing a surge of capital interest that could drive prices up to noteworthy levels.
However, some downside risk is apparent in states such as Louisiana and Mississippi, which can often face natural disaster events that can disrupt performance metrics. Where does the risk and reward make sense and where does it not?
Markets in this new-and-improved interactive webcast include:
- Baton Rouge
- Columbus, GA
- Gulfport, MS
- Huntsville, AL
- Johnson City, TN
- Lafayette, LA
- Louisville, KY
- New Orleans
- Tuscaloosa, AL
Jay Parsons serves as RealPage’s Deputy Chief Economist and Vice President of Asset Optimization and Renter Engagement. He is a frequent author and speaker on topics including rental housing investment and asset management strategy, rental housing policy issues, risk management and property management – covering apartments and single-family rentals. Jay has been cited in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg and CNBC, among other outlets. His commentaries have been published by the Pension Real Estate Association, the Mortgage Bankers Association, the National Apartment Association, American Banker and GlobeSt.
Arben SkivjaniEconomist & Data Scientist, RealPage, Inc.
Arben Skivjani is an Economist and Data Scientist for RealPage, Inc. His primary focus is on forecasting and modeling, economic impact studies, reporting and analysis of macroeconomic indicators that affect the multifamily industry. Prior to joining RealPage, Arben worked for several government and private sector entities, including the District of Columbia Department of Employment Services, Center for Business and Economic Development at the University of Alabama and Camoin Associates in Upstate New York. As a native of Kosovo, Arben worked on several projects for the United Nations World Health Organization and the European Agency for Reconstruction in Southeastern Europe.
Arben is an active member the Dallas/Fort Worth Association for Business Economics and the National Association for Business Economics and served as a vice president and board member Alabama Economics Club.
Arben graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Auburn University at Montgomery and a master’s degree in economics from The University of Alabama.