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Is Multifamily's Meteoric Growth Built to Last?
For the next few years, most analysts foresee rising rents, higher net operating income, modest price gains, available capital and an active transactions market. Is it all too good to be true?
Waiting Eagerly for 2010
While apartment owners are experiencing rising demand amid falling home ownership rates, they also face more competition as houses and condos go on sale
Before You Invest: Index
When you're considering investing millions of dollars in an apartment property, you want to know everything you can about how that property performs compared
Will Rise in Foreclosures Derail the Housing Market?
These days the political consensus seems to be that everyone deserves the American Dream, no matter what the cost. Record-high home ownership rates seem
Beware of Volatile Housing Prices
The continued surge in housing prices has fueled a debate over whether they have reached unsustainable levels. Whether prices can continue to rise not
Condo Craze Leads to Strategic Shift
The condo market is hot. Sales of condos and co-ops have reached record levels, and prices continue to climb. Traditionally, rental providers have viewed
Putting the Interest Rate Myth to Rest
Conventional wisdom tells us that low interest rates and government incentives are driving homeownership rates up, and that those increases are bad news
What is the Right Level of Apartment Construction?
Until recently, the apartment sector was praised for showing remarkable discipline in limiting new construction. Now, with higher vacancy rates and no
NMHC 50 Showcases Apartment Stability
For the apartment industry, 2000 looked much like a reel of previous years, featuring moderate new construction, strong occupancy, and solid earnings
Primed for a soft landing
The current economic expansion, just a few months shy of its 10th birthday, is the longest on record. This kind of longevity tends to create two separate
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