Lew Sichelman


100K BTR Units in 2021?

Panelists at the NAREE conference were surprised to learn how fast this sector is growing.

Case Study: Vehicles Verboten at Tempe Project

A closer look at the first car-less rental property.

Minimum Wagers Can’t Cover Median Rents

Though renting is certainly less expensive than buying, it is still unaffordable to these workers, argues columnist Lew Sichelman.

What Today’s Renters Want

NMHC and Grace Hill previewed the findings of the 2022 Renters Preference Survey at NAREE.

The Complicated SFR and BTR Markets

Panelists at NAREE discuss the highs and lows of this growing asset class.

Case Study: Landmark Net-Zero Building

An inside look at Seattle's 303 Battery development.

How Capital Can Cure Eviction Ills

Smaller landlords need a boost to help residents stay in their homes, argues columnist Lew Sichelman.

SFR Still Has ‘Lot of Runway’ Before Slowing

The sector is a small segment of multifamily but is growing rapidly, argues columnist Lew Sichelman.

Can Landlords Demand Residents Be Vaccinated?

This controversial topic suggests you can turn away potential residents if they haven't received the vaccine, columnist Lew Sichelman shares.

Texas Multifamily Turnaround Called ‘Major’

Columnist Lew Sichelman highlights the metros that have experienced the most positive change this year.