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Foreign Investors Plan to Buy More U.S. Apartment Properties 1
Foreign buyers continue to find multifamily properties highly attractive.
College Towns are Good Bets for Single-Family Rentals
Turns out college students make desirable tenants for single-family rental housing.
Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Gear Up for Another Year of Heavy Lending
The government agencies expect to break 2015's multifamily lending volumes in the year ahead.
Where Are the Most Overbuilt Apartment Submarkets?
Multifamily developers have been a little too enthusiastic in delivering new apartments to the downtown areas and secondary business districts of some cities.
Stagnant Homeownership Rate Likely Means Decades of Strong Demand for Apartments
Will the apartment sector's strong performance hold long-term?
Congress’ Budget Package Delivers Perks for Multifamily Investors
Among investors set to benefit are foreign property buyers and those who invest in energy-efficient features.
Rent Hikes Stress Single-Family Renters
In most of the country, owners of single-family rental properties might be hitting the ceiling on how much further they can raise rents.
Why New Apartment Projects Still Make Sense
In spite of increasing supply of new units, developers can still make a profit on building new apartment complexes.
Airbnb, Multifamily Owners and Managers Try to Open a Discussion
Can Airbnb develop a working relationship with multifamily owners and managers?
More Investors Enter the Student Housing Sector, as Prices, Sales Volume Rise
Student housing properties' strong performance is attracting more investors to the sector.
What’s Behind Multifamily Investors’ Renewed Activity
After a lull this summer, apartment investors returned to the table in the fall.
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.

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