National

Capital One Survey Sees Mixed Expectations for 2017

Nearly half of the industry professionals polled think demand will outstrip supply.

Student Housing Supply vs. Enrollment

Student Housing Continues to Grow, May Face Decline in 2018

Fundamentals could take a hit unless college enrollment returns to growth mode.

URS Capital Trades 3 Assets, Nabs 3 More

The New York-based company sold three apartment communities in South Carolina and Florida, and plans to invest in upgrading three other assets it bought during the second half of 2016.

MHN’s Top 5 December Articles

Miss out on any MHN stories in December? Here are five of our most popular articles for the month.

On the Market: 5 Interesting Listings for the Week of 12/26

Recent listings include rustic-inspired townhomes catering to students at Appalachian State University and a community that formerly served as Florida’s original Cuban Consulate.

On the Market: 5 Interesting Listings for the Week of 12/5

This week’s listings include a Mediterranean-style town home community and an Indianapolis property located on a 60-acre lake.

Matrix Monthly: November Moderation No Cause for Concern

While rents are moderating and uncertainty prevails in all industries post-election, Yardi Matrix asserts that commercial real estate will remain strong.

Rendering of Miami Worldcenter

MHN’s Top 5 November Articles

Miss out on any MHN stories in November? Here are five of our most popular articles for the month.

Home Prices Reach Pre-Recession Peak

The national S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index reached a post-recession high of 184.8 in September, an index level last seen in July 2006.

US Residential Market Will See Moderating Sales, Prices in ’17

According to Realtor.com, the national real estate market is predicted to slow in the coming year compared with the past two years.