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Empty Nesters and Millennials Drive Urban and Suburban D.C. Multifamily Market

Empty Nesters and Millennials Drive Urban and Suburban D.C. Multifamily Market

The greater Washington D.C. area has more than 30,000 apartment units coming online, scaring some institutional investors. …

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CRE Investors Set Sights on Secondary and Sunbelt Markets

CRE Investors Set Sights on Secondary and Sunbelt Markets

JLL’s Marisha Clinton says secondary markets such as Phoenix and Philly are gaining traction with investors seeking higher yields and now, they’re evening turning their eyes toward the tertiaries.…

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Multifamily Market will Continue to Perform: MHN Interview with RubinBrown’s Bryan Keller

Multifamily Market will Continue to Perform: MHN Interview with RubinBrown’s Bryan Keller

The 2014 Apartment Statistical Data report is an annual survey compiled by RubinBrown’s Real Estate Services Group. It includes operational data for 2013 and represents approximately 420 apartment projects in roughly 30 states.…

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APARTMENT MARKET STATISTICS: November 2014

APARTMENT MARKET STATISTICS: November 2014

Multifamily housing starts hit 423,000 units in July, reports the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).…

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Setting the Stage for a Comeback: Multifamily Sector to Stay Strong as GDP Expansion Peaks in 2015, Single-Family Starts Break 1M in 2016

Setting the Stage for a Comeback: Multifamily Sector to Stay Strong as GDP Expansion Peaks in 2015, Single-Family Starts Break 1M in 2016

According to the National Association of Home Builders, the economy is back on track, and economic growth will accelerate into next year. Will that mean the multifamily market will strengthen further?…

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Howard Hughes Corp. Lands $600M for Nation’s Largest LEED-ND Platinum Project

Howard Hughes Corp. Lands $600M for Nation’s Largest LEED-ND Platinum Project

Blackstone knows a good a project when they see one. It doesn’t get much better than Howard Hughes Corp.’s Ward Village, a mixed-use master-planned community that will rise on 60 acres situated directly between downtown Honolulu and Waikiki on Oahu.…

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Guest Blog: Canada vs. The United States: Comparing Student Housing Markets

Guest Blog: Canada vs. The United States: Comparing Student Housing Markets

Over the past decade, the student housing market in the United States has been rapidly expanding with the boom of purpose-built student housing. With each passing year, the number of student housing bed deliveries seems to be increasing alongside enrollment rates. The same, however, cannot be said about Canada. …

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Healthy Urbanism: A New Foundation for Place-Making

Healthy Urbanism: A New Foundation for Place-Making

What makes for multifamily developments that support and promote healthy lifestyles and community. …

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Insights on the Transformation of Detroit

Insights on the Transformation of Detroit

For many American cities, the end of 2007 marked the bitter start of what now experts call “The Great Recession”: the collapse of large financial institutions that shattered the economy, freezing investor activity and causing downturns in stock markets. It was a matter of time until all business sectors…

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The Multifamily Upcycle Still Has Legs

The Multifamily Upcycle Still Has Legs

The multifamily rental housing sector continues to benefit from high demand and limited supply. …

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MHN Interview: The Metrics of Multifamily Investment

MHN Interview: The Metrics of Multifamily Investment

Magellan Development Group recently launched Magellan Investment Partners, which will invest, acquire and renovate multifamily communities nationally. MHN recently had the chance to sit down with Marc Swerdlow, principal and COO, and David Levin, principal and CIO, about the focus of Magellan Investment Partners and how they are going to…

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Court Gives Nod to 1932 Florida Supreme Court Case, Blocking Developers’ Ability to Avoid Additional Payments

Court Gives Nod to 1932 Florida Supreme Court Case, Blocking Developers’ Ability to Avoid Additional Payments

We are often asked when representing a client in defense of a claim whether the client could avoid the liability asserted by the claimant by potentially buying the cause of action out from under the claimant. The most common circumstance is when the plaintiff has an adverse uncollected judgment or,…

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