• About Patrick Sprouse

    Patrick Sprouse has over a decade of experience in the commercial real estate sector. Mr. Sprouse has held numerous positions in commercial brokerage, real estate technology and executive operations on regional, multi-market and national scales. Currently Mr. Sprouse is providing management and technology consulting service for a private real estate services company based in Washington, DC with over $1.5 billion in 2015 revenue. Mr. Sprouse has an extensive background in business management, sales engineering, project management, software selection and business analysis as well as organizational change and brand management.

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    Following on the Wall Street Journal – ConstructionDive and NAR

    by  • October 7, 2015 • CRE, Economics, General

    ConstructionDive follows up on the Wall Street Journal article featuring my take and regarding the peak of the multifamily investment market and discusses the key takeaways from my small portion in the WSJ article. It is yet more coverage moving the conversation away from the irrational exuberance and cheer-leading and moving back toward fundamentals. Worth […]

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    Multifamily CRE Has Peaked

    by  • October 5, 2015 • CRE, General

    The multifamily commercial real estate market is coming to the end of a very strong cycle. Each year that ticks by gets closer to a peak in the prime rental cohort (20-29 year olds), and with strong rent growth, a new supply deliveries and pipelines unlike anything seen in the last 30 years, and stagnate […]

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    Pet Amenities in the Multifamily Amenities Arms Race

    by  • April 30, 2015 • CRE

    Amenities at multifamily properties have become like an arms race, creating a flight to quality for tenants (and a fight for yield for developers). Each new property continues to one-up the last property that came to market – and Aaron Weiner with Washington City Paper focuses on the newest changes to pet amenities in the […]

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