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Best and Worst Apartment Markets in 2016
The strongest and weakest markets so far in 2016 tend to be places where some kind of surprise has upset developers’ calculations—for better or worse.
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Demand for Apartments Bounces Back in Second Quarter
According to MPF, strong demand for apartments pushed the percentage of vacant apartments in the U.S. all the way down to 3.8 percent in the second quarter.
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How Property Managers Succeed with Single-Family Rentals
Technology helps managers care for rental houses that may be scattered throughout a metro area.
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Outlook for Apartment Loans Remains Bright in Wake of Brexit
Interest rates are extremely low and investors from around the world continue to pour money into U.S. apartment properties.
New Household Formation to Help Fill New Apartment Supply
Over the next two years, developers are expected to continue to build more new apartments than usual.
Part 1: With Commercial Real Estate Seemingly at its Cyclical Peak, What Are REITs to Do? 2
Publicly-traded REITs have enjoyed a robust recovery since the last recession. It’s a far cry from the days of plummeting stock prices, middling total returns and balance sheet woes.
Part 2: Preferred Sectors
Respondents were asked to rank what sectors would be at the top of their “buy” and “sell” list and were able to select up to three property types on each question.
Part 3: Healthy Balance Sheets
A majority of respondents indicated that they think REITs have been good at managing their balance sheets.
Part 4: REIT Joint Ventures
Those REITs that are more actively pursuing joint venture capital are generally in the mall, office or industrial sectors.
Part 5: REITs Have been Net Sellers
Overall, REITs have been net sellers in 2016.
Multifamily Vacancies Rise Downtown
The percentage of vacant apartments in downtown sub-markets averaged 6.3 percent in the first quarter, according to data firm Reis Inc. That’s up from 5.6 percent a year ago.
CHP Systems Help Building Owners Save on Heat and Electricity
Most conventional generators waste heat energy as they create electrical power. CHP systems put heat to use, helping properties dramatically reduce their energy costs.
Investors Resist High Prices on Multifamily Assets
The volume of deals that closed in May to buy and sell apartment properties shrank, after a strong start to the year.
Low Interest Rates, Larger Loans Available for Green Apartments
Both Fannie Mae and the Federal Housing Authority (FHA) have created loan programs that recognize the value of apartment properties that use less energy.
Crowdfunding Fills Construction Lending Gap Left by Banks 5
A growing number of developers are using crowdfunding to help build or renovate apartment properties.
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