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ULI Special Report: Getting Serious About Emerging Technologies

Artificial intelligence can be useful, but tailoring it to the industry’s needs is key, said panelists during day one of the event.

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With Capital Scarce, GSEs Remain Critical

How will Fannie and Freddie’s new mandates impact multifamily in 2024?

Finding Solutions to the Workforce Housing Squeeze

Industry leaders share insights during the latest MHN Voices webinar.

Marcia Fudge to Step Down as HUD Secretary

Deputy Secretary Adrianne Todman will step in as the agency’s interim leader.

The conversion of New York City’s One Wall Street from office to apartments involved the use of voided concrete. Plastic spheres were used to make concrete slab floors lighter, bringing a lighter and more efficient design. Image courtesy of DeSimone Consulting Engineers

Innovation Is Greening US Multifamily

Sustainable technologies find their way into all levels of construction and design—and at every income level.

With AI, the Role of the Multifamily Digital Agent Is Expanding

From voice search and chatbots to sharper virtual representatives, this type of artificial intelligence is getting more important in operations.

Daryl Carter Details All-American Journey in MHN Excellence Awards Keynote

The Avanath Capital Management founder and 2023 Lifetime Achievement Award winner shared insights into his personal roots and professional rise.

How College Consolidations, Location and Football Are Shaping Student Housing’s Future

Panelists at NMHC’s Las Vegas conference also weighed in on consumer trends and overlooked markets.

The 45-Year-Old Movie That Haunts Student Housing Insurers

Why the insurance industry would like you to forget about ‘Animal House’: NMHC conference report.

Senior Housing Occupancy Continues Post-Pandemic Rebound

Today’s economic conditions have significant implications for Baby Boomers’ choices, according to NIC.

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