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General Information

Document Type:SRCSGT
Posted Date:Dec 08, 2017
Category: Professional, Administrative and Management Support Services
Set Aside:N/A

Contracting Office Address

Department of Housing and Urban Development, OCPO, Office of Support Operations, Office of Support Operations, NO, 451 7th Street S.W., Washington, District of Columbia, 20410, United States


THIS IS A SOURCES SOUGHT NOTICE ONLY. SS-H-2018-012 This is not a request for offers, quotes or proposals. This notice does not represent a commitment by the Government to issue a solicitation or award a contract. This is a market research tool only to determine the capability of potential sources. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is contemplating establishing a contract under NAICS Code(s) 519130, and the Small Business Standard is 1,000 employees, PSC Code D317, for an on-line subscription to help comply with statutory requirements regarding Capital Ratios, Budget Re-estimates, Credit Reforms, and Credit Risk Analysis. Providing the coverage, depth, scope, accuracy and format in a single source subscription and is issuing this Request for Information (RFI) to solicit responses from capable sources and capability statements to ensure sufficient competition exists to meet the governments requirements. Teaming arrangements and joint ventures will be considered for any subsequent procurement based on the Governments market research. Please review the statement of work (SOW) and provide your feedback to Ms. Diane Toledo-Gaskins at diane.e.toledo-gaskins@hud.gov. Please call 202-402-4140 if there are questions. Please reference SS-H-2018-012 BACKGROUND The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) insures an average of approximately $40 billion in multifamily rental projects each year. In doing so, it evaluates the market absorption potential for these projects and how they relate to existing projects in the market. HUD has two objectives. One is to avoid financing projects in markets where it is anticipated there will be an excess supply of rental units by the time the project is completed, thereby reducing the risk of default for the proposed project. The other is to avoid increasing vacancy levels above desired levels in the market to reduce the risk to financial viability of existing rental projects, some of whose mortgages HUD may have insured. Most of HUDs multifamily mortgage business is concentrated in metropolitan areas, especially large, fast-growing areas. Detailed information on the location, type, rents, and vacancy rates of existing and newly developed multifamily rental projects is highly valuable in estimating the impacts and potential absorption of rental projects applying for HUD mortgage insurance or subsidy assistance. A limited amount of rental vacancy rate data is available from the Bureau of the Census. This information is collected in greater detail for multifamily rental projects by a limited number of firms that sell it to interested parties in a standardized format. HUD is interested in purchasing such data to assist it in carrying out its market analysis functions. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF WORK The vendor shall furnish the following services: I. Housing Market Analysis Data All rent comparability, submarket and metropolitan market report for 165 primary, secondary and tertiary metropolitan multifamily markets, including quarterly executive- level summary data, rankings and analyses on U.S. and regional markets, as well as a variety of special research studies. For the 50 primary metropolitan markets, this data includes: A. Details on supply, demand, vacancies, rents, and related market indicators on metropolitan markets for the multifamily, office, retail and industrial sectors. Submarket-level detail for multifamily, office and retail markets are included. Annual and quarterly trends are presented, along with five-year forecasts. Now updated monthly. Available in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) and Excel (xls) formats. B. Metropolitan market and submarket details on supply, demand, rents and vacancies for Class A and B/C properties for the multifamily and office sectors. Annual and quarterly trends are presented. Now updated monthly. Available in Excel (xls) formats. C. Aggregate and property-specific rent comp group reports including rents and vacancies, in addition to five-year historical trends for aggregate rent comp groups for the multifamily, office and retail sectors. Now updated monthly. Available in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) and Excel (xls) formats. D. Individual property sales, including transaction and property characteristics for multifamily, office, retail and industrial sectors. Updated weekly. E. Economic and real estate analysis in narrative form on most metropolitan areas. The reports discuss key multifamily, office, retail and industrial supply and demand trends in each metropolitan market, pinpoint under-performing and outperforming submarkets. Now updated monthly. Available in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format. F. Current market indicators across all submarkets in each metropolitan market, including rents, vacancies, free rent concessions, and expenses for multifamily, office and retail sectors. Now updated monthly. Available in Excel (xls) format. G. Building-level listings and summary statistics for submarkets and metropolitan markets are presented of planned/proposed, projects under construction and recently completed for the multifamily, office and retail sectors. Now updated monthly. H. Daily real estate and economic stories are posted from the leading local newspapers and periodicals across the nation, initially coded into relevant metropolitan markets and topic categories (e.g. multifamily construction). A searchable 90-day archive is maintained. Updated daily. Available in an HTML format. II. Data Files EXCEL data files with supply demand and rent time series data (from 1980 in most markets) for the Primary Markets and selected market aggregations are extractable for all database variables for the 30 secondary metropolitan markets data and reports provided in the following: (a), but without the forecasts; (c), but without the historical trends; and (g) and (h) are available. For the 85-tertiary metropolitan markets the information provided is the same as for the secondary markets, with less submarket details and historical data is limited to the past 3-4 years. III. Sales Comp Module A database of apartment transactions valued at $2 million or more in all 80 primary and secondary markets and for 85 tertiary markets. IV. Transaction Analytics Module This is a database that includes sales transaction activity. It provides mean, median and 12-month-rolling cap rates, sales price data by price per unit or square foot, and total transaction volume. Transaction trends are available by quarter back to 2005 for metropolitan areas, regions, and the U.S. This module also provides data on top deals, with buyer and seller information, and on key submarket transaction activity. HUD will use this information to identify sales and capital market trends in the multifamily real estate market and assess troubled debt. V. Single Property Valuation Tool Allows the user to enter their assumptions or observations on current building performance, select a variety of forecast options based on observations and predictions at the submarket and metro levels, and select some final assumptions in terms of terminal cap rates, additional income and other variable affecting property value. The result is three distinct market values based on the DCF, Sales Comp and Direct Cap methodologies. VI. Expanding Markets Currently FHA has access to 200 apartment markets throughout the United States. With this acquisition HUD will have access to an additional 75 markets. CONTEMPLATED PLACE OF PERFORMANCE Contractor Site - This is an On-Line Data Subscription RESPONSE REQUESTED Small Businesses are encouraged to respond. This synopsis is a market research tool being used to determine the availability and capability of potential sources prior to determining the method of acquisition and whether the government will proceed with this acquisition. The Government will not pay for any information solicited. If a contract is ultimately pursued, responses to this synopsis will be used to aid in determining whether the acquisition is set-aside for small business or in establishing small business subcontracting goals. All qualified firms are encouraged to respond. The capability statement shall address, at a minimum, the following for the past three years: 1. Name and address of company and or companies (if there is a teaming arrangement or joint venture); 2. Technical expertise relevant to the requirement; 3. Technical approach relevant of the requirement (1 to 2 paragraphs); 4. Management approach relevant to the requirement (1 to 2 paragraph); 5. Corporate experience relevant to the requirement (1 to 2 paragraph); 6. Indicate if you are a small business or any other socio-economic categories that apply to your firm under the designated NAICS code; 7. Whether you have had unequal access to any information relevant to the acquisition that could provide an unfair competitive advantage; 8. Relevant past performance. Your capability statement needs to include a list of three customers (Government/non-Government) within the past three (3) years highlighting similar work in nature, scope, complexity, and difficulty and a brief description of the scope of work. Your submission for relevant past performance must include for each customer: • Contract name; • Contracting Agency or Department, POC and contact information; • Yearly contract value (in $); • Whether your firm was the prime or a subcontractor; • Period of performance; • Description of work and how it relates to the requirements. Interested firms responding to this market survey must provide a capability statement demonstrating their experience, skills and capability to fulfill the Governments requirements for the above. The capability statement shall be in enough detail, but not exceed 5 pages TOTAL, so that the Government can determine the experience and capability of your firm to provide the requirements above. Please specify one primary and one alternate Point of Contact (POC) within your firm, including telephone numbers and email addresses in case clarifications of your submission are needed. Only electronic copies of capability statements will be accepted and should be emailed to: diane.e.toledo-gaskins@hud.gov. The e-mail shall contain the following subject line: Response to Sources Sought Notice - On-Line Data Subscription requirement. The Government may use the responses received to determine whether to proceed with the acquisition as a set-aside, or in the absence of a least two small business responses to this notice, may determine to proceed with a full and open competition. This decision and whether to proceed with the acquisition is at the sole discretion of the Government. All interested contractors should submit their capability statements by TIME_4:00 PM EST. on DATE: 12-14-2017, attention POC Diane Toledo-Gaskins. Late responses will not be considered. NO QUESTIONS WILL BE ADDRESSED

Original Point of Contact

POC diane toledo-gaskins, Phone: 2024024140

Place of Performance

Contractors Site - This is an online Data Subscription, United States
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