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Welcome to Pierce-Eislen - The Apartment Market's Most Complete Intelligence Source!

We presume that you are here to determine how we can support your commercial apartment industry activities.

The industry's most complete apartment market intelligence responds directly to:

  • Property-level information needs – among all properties of 50+ units in size – or;
  • Analysis of current apartment market conditions at both the micro, and macro, levels.

In acknowledgement of current commercial real estate industry conditions, distressed apartment properties are disclosed – foreclosures, bankruptcies, and properties held in REO status – along with related Trustees, Special Servicers, lenders, and their contacts.

Property Level Information

Pierce-Eislen researches and reports on, all multifamily properties of 50+ units in size in 62 markets throughout the United States.

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Market Conditions Review/Fiduciary Underwriting - Eislen Reports

As an apartment market information user you may already know Pierce-Eislen for our property-level apartment reporting. The Eislen Tállis Index, Topline Report, and Benchmark Report extend property-level reporting to a new standard of market-level status reporting, addressing the multi-family industry's most pressing information needs in a format so revolutionary as to not be duplicated by any other data source. Reporting is monthly, by rental household category type: Workforce housing; Low Mid-Range; Upper Mid-Range; and Discretionary (Luxury).

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Latest News

Pierce-Eislen® has been active in fifty-four markets for one year, or more. Our most recent Benchmark survey disclosed an interesting array of rental rate change during the twelve month period extending from September, 2012 through September, 2013.
Since late 2012 little has been written, or even discussed, about the Sequester’s affects on economic conditions. But no discussion is necessary to see the affects on employment in some markets, while others appear to have been untouched.
As robust as new apartment construction has been, momentum is continuing to increase in most markets.