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Why ‘Bread-And-Butter’ Class B Properties Are A Multifamily Staple

October 18, 2018 |

As we approach Q4 2018, investment firms are continually asking for a barometer of “Where are we?” regarding the market. This year we’ve seen interest rates, construction prices and land prices continue to rise. These market conditions have investors … Read More

Expect a Strong Close to a Strong 2018

October 16, 2018 |

Expect a strong close to the end of the year. 2018 has been a healthy year for investment activity and real estate performance, living up to initial expectations and surpassing the anemic performance in 2017. “Investment performance in 2018 thus … Read More

Five Steps to Smart Multifamily Investments

October 12, 2018 |

Home ownership rates have fallen in recent years due to rising home values and stricter underwriting standards. As a result of this and the increase in the number of people 34 and under—the prime rental age—more U.S. households are renting than at any … Read More

Average U.S. Rent Dropped $1 in September, According to Yardi Matrix Report

October 11, 2018 |

September 2018 marked the first time in eight months that U.S. multifamily rents did not increase. The $1,412 national average for the month represented a $1 drop from August and a 3.1% year-to-date increase; year-over-year rent growth remained unchanged at … Read More

Hollywood reaches for the skies as building boom transforms downtown skyline

October 9, 2018 |

The building boom long courted by downtown Hollywood is finally here, reshaping the skyline in waves as developers line up with plans in hand.

The next wave: Parc Place, a three-tower luxury apartment project geared at the younger set, will … Read More

Almost Every Apartment Being Built In DFW And Houston Today Is Luxury

October 4, 2018 |

Luxury living is flourishing in Texas. Only two places in the nation — the St. Louis and Las Vegas metros — were more active in high-end apartment construction last year than Dallas/Fort Worth and Houston. Nearly all — 98% in … Read More

Making Heads Or Tails Of The U.S. Multifamily Sector

October 3, 2018 |

If you were to focus solely on the slowing pace of rent gains, burgeoning supply and the rise in interest rates, you might assume that the real estate market isn’t in a strong place right now. But despite all of … Read More

Home Automation Steps Beyond Tech-Savvy Renters by Delivering Critical Data to Multifamily Operators

September 21, 2018 |

Technology is more than mere luxury these days— it has become the be-all and end-all of our human experience, and in relation to the multifamily housing industries, it is what residents not only want, but also expect. In order to … Read More