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Transactions: June 2017

The following is a list of transactions that were announced between March 28 and April 24, 2017. To have your transaction featured, submit details to [email protected]

Mission: Success—Marc Lifshin

Ever since he can remember, Marc Lifshin has loved to build. As co-founder & managing partner of Core Spaces, he is living his dream every day, developing high-end student housing properties in prime collegiate markets.

The June Digital Issue of MHN is Now Available!

This month offers a special focus on student housing, including a review of the latest security tools, an evaluation of debt and equity sources, and some new lease management techniques for the Mobile Age.

Drones, Databases & Deals

Technology offers investors and their advisers a menu of marketing tools that seemed unimaginable just a few years ago. Brokerage firms are upgrading their websites, dispatching drones and employing virtual reality to heighten the drama of their presentations.

Portland’s Charm

The city's multifamily demand remains elevated, fueled by a healthy job market and an influx of young people for professional and lifestyle purposes.

Nashville’s Supply Side Shines

The area's multifamily fundamentals continue to be solid on most levels. With strong demand fueled by robust population gains and consistent job growth, the market remains a hot ticket for investors.

Are Millennials Really Different?

Many generalizations have been made, primarily by marketing professionals, about today’s young adults, but are they really that different from other generations at the same age? We debunk some common myths.

Knoxville Gives It the Old College Try

The metro’s economy has benefited from gains in a number of sectors, pushing investment sales to a new cycle high.

The Inland Empire Expands

Rent growth in San Bernardino and Riverside counties continued its extremely fast pace over the past year, supported by a healthy job market and moderate inventory expansion.

Jacksonville’s Rapid Growth

A healthy employment climate, an inexpensive cost of living and mild weather are attracting jobs and new residents to Jacksonville, creating demand for apartments and bolstering rent growth.

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