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Crowdfunding Fills Construction Lending Gap Left by Banks 1
A growing number of developers are using crowdfunding to help build or renovate apartment properties.
Apartment REITs Continue Their Selling Spree
Top REITs continue to sell large portfolios of properties and trophy assets in primary markets.
Student Housing Assets Are Worth More Closer to Campus
The price of student housing communities located next to campuses is high, even considering the higher rents that are usually prevalent at these properties.
New Investors Enter Affordable Housing Sector
For buyers such as private equity funds guaranteed income from rents can be enough to provide a yield on investment in affordable housing properties.
Apartment Asset Development Slows
In 2016, developers will start construction on 320,000 new apartment units. In contrast, in 2015, they started work on 350,000 units, according to Witten.
Institutional Investors Continue to Buy Single-Family Rentals
Invitation Homes is still spending about $10 million to $20 million a week to buy single-family houses to offer as rentals.
CMBS Loans for Multifamily Properties are Making a Comeback 1
After a rocky start to the year, lenders are once again making a significant number of CMBS loans.
Background Check Policies for Apartment Applicants May Be Illegal 3
Many landlords are now uncertain how to balance their responsibility to keep their communities safe with their responsibility under the law not to discriminate.
Leasing Momentum Accelerates at Student Housing Communities
Strong demand and more constrained supply are making the market for student housing stronger this year than it was in 2015.
Multifamily Investors Seek More Value-Add Deals
Higher prices on apartment properties have squeezed the yields for investors. Value-add investments offer an opportunity to push those yields higher.
Demand for Apartments Slowing Down
Demand for rental apartments stumbled in the first months of this year, according to MPF.
Rental Yields, Not Price Appreciation, Drive Current Single-Family Investments
The yields that investors can get from investing in single-family homes have shrunk, both in terms of income and appreciation.
Community Spaces Rate High Among Amenities That Attract Apartment Renters
Can community spaces help make up for a boring location?
Shared Housing, Micro Apartment Projects Often Push Legal Limits
In most parts of the country it’s illegal to create new buildings that include micro-apartments or shared housing units.
Middle Market Student Housing Assets Enjoy Higher Than Average Rent Growth 1
A few investors are putting their money into older, less expensive student housing communities—and achieving higher than average rent growth.

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