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Apartment Renter Preferences Revealed
The National Multi Housing Council and research firm Kingsley Associates looks at what motivates apartment renters to spend a little more on their units.
Six Things to Know About Job Growth and the Multifamily Sector
Steady job growth will continue to fuel the top apartment markets through 2017, according to the latest forecasts.
Scarce Labor Drives Construction Costs for Multifamily Developers
The good news for the multifamily industry is that the cost of construction materials is very low. The bad news is that skilled construction workers are increasingly expensive and hard to find.
Banks Double-Down on Home Foreclosures, Creating Opportunities for Investors 4
Just when it seemed like there weren’t any more foreclosed homes to buy, banks are finally taking action to clear their backlogs of bad home loans.
Multifamily Lending Starting to Level Off
Lenders will keep pouring money into apartment properties over the next two years, originating about the same volume of loans in 2016 and 2017—with slight increases—that they are likely to close in 2015.
Multifamily REITs Cash In
Leading multifamily REITs are selling off properties.
International Students Are Major Source of Demand for Student Housing
Students from other countries keep on coming to the United States to go to college, and that supports student housing companies.
Class-B, Suburban Class-A Apartment Properties Gain Momentum 2
Vacancy rates are rising for the most expensive apartment communities in urban neighborhoods, research shows.
Senators Warn on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Vulnerability
The leading providers of capital for multifamily loans are still on shaky ground—years after the financial crisis ended.
Investors Score High Yields for Older, Less-Expensive Rental Homes 1
The highest yields for single-family rental homes can often be found in secondary and tertiary neighborhoods in secondary and tertiary markets.
Multifamily Prices Could Stall With Interest Rate Hike
Apartment prices may finally stop rising—and even begin to fall—when interest rates start going up.
Vacancies in the Apartment Sector Are Slow to Rise
Even the most pessimistic apartment market researchers agree that very few apartments were empty in the third quarter and that the vacancy rate in the multifamily rental sector will remain low in the short-term.
Demand Grows for Inclusionary Housing Development
Inclusionary housing policies require developers to include affordable housing when they build in the desirable places targeted by the programs.
New Student Housing Projects Fill Up
Students might fill up all the new beds that student housing developers are building this year.
More Loans Available for Green Multifamily
Apartment properties are worth more money if they are sustainably designed—and lenders and property buyers are finally beginning to offer terms that reflect that value.
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