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Tidal Wave of Old CMBS Loans Finally Hits Multifamily Sector 2
Property prices are high again—especially for apartment properties, which are priced much higher than they were at the peak of the financial crisis.
Value-Add Projects Remain an Attractive Option for Multifamily Developers
The percentage of apartments that were vacant at class-B and class-C communities fell to an average of 2.7 percent in the second quarter.
Demand for Student Housing Assets About to Increase
The bidding for student housing properties seems likely to get more intense.
Apartment REITs Return to Buying Properties
REITs bought far fewer apartment properties over the first half of this year compared to earlier in the cycle. That is changing with deals like the Mid-America acquisition.
Lenders Rush to Make Loans on Apartment Properties
Permanent loans are still readily available, even compared to a very busy 2015.
Growth Levels Off for the Hotel Sector
Hotels continue to break records for performance, but competition from new properties under construction is likely to keep performance from improving.
Top Five Apartment Sub-Markets in the Country
Research firm Real Capital Analytics (RCA) has released a list of sub-markets where investors paid top dollar relative to income for apartment properties in the past two years.
Foreign Investors Buy More Apartment Properties
Foreign buyers have already bought apartment properties totaling $5.1 billion in the first six months of 2016.
Private Buyers Lead Student Housing Transactions
Low interest rates benefit these private buyers, while strong fundamentals for the student housing sector attract investment capital from overseas.
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.
apartments demand
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.
single family rentals
How Property Managers Succeed with Single-Family Rentals
Technology helps managers care for rental houses that may be scattered throughout a metro area.
apartment loans outlook
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?
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.
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