Transactions: April 2017

The following is a list of transactions that were announced between Jan. 25, 2017 and Feb. 21, 2017.

Group Effort

Submetering has long been a great tool, enabling multifamily property owners to shift utility expenses to residents based on their consumption.

The April Digital Issue of MHN Is Now Available!

The issue offers a special focus on Sustainability (achieving efficiencies, costs vs. benefits, retrofitting and getting residents to go green), the 2017 Real Estate Education Programs list, and a Q&A with two Killefer Flammang architects about evolving design trends.

Mission: Success—Steve Heimler

This repositioning whiz is making waves, using his local touch to build on a portfolio already valued at $2.5 billion and totaling 8,000 units across nine states.

Niche Markets: Covering the Bases

The private firms that operate 95 percent of the housing on the nation’s military installations face a paradox.

Yardi Matrix: San Jose—Peak Market, Weak Appreciation

Silicon Valley remains the largest technology hub in the nation and the anchor of the Bay Area.

Yardi Matrix: Fever Pitch—Atlanta Demand Heats Up

Atlanta’s multifamily market benefits from a diversified economy, a healthy development pipeline and high investor demand.

Yardi Matrix: Houston’s Shaky Economy

Houston’s multifamily market is still reeling from the oil price collapse in 2015, which resulted in thousands of job cuts and slowing investment activity.

Yardi Matrix: Cooling Rents—Austin’s City Limits

The city’s multifamily market continues to be a hotbed of activity, despite a growing sense of caution that rents and development are beginning to decelerate.

Yardi Matrix: Salt Lake’s Mountainous Rise

Utah’s largest city is in the midst of a boom—driven by robust employment and population growth—that is producing healthy demand for housing.