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Web Feature: How the Multifamily Industry is Giving Back

Multi-housing property owners and managers serve the needy

USGBC Unveils LEED-Neighborhood Development

The US Green Building Council has launched a new Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design

Multifamily REITs Make a Comeback

Various major equity indices have famously staged a comeback since the darkest days of early 2009

Forum Explores Ways to Preserve Green Rental Homes

Representatives from a wide array of government agencies, housing providers and housing preservation groups convened

March Condo Sales Rise Nearly 40% Y-O-Y

There was a surge in existing home sales during the month of March, largely

Tenants Want Bank to Pony Up for Maintenance on Foreclosed Bronx Apartments

The tenants at 3018 Heath Ave. and nine other buildings in The Bronx want their landlord to make repairs to their buildings.

Many Apartment Hunters Prefer Green Digs

According to a recent survey by Apartments.com, many people in the market for an apartment are now actively looking for green features in their dwellings.

MHN Interview with Ryan Dearborn: Equity in Good Shape, But Debt Still Suffering

Ryan Dearborn talks to MHN about the changes at Wood Partners

Apartment Fundamentals Attracting New Waves of Investors

The latest quarterly report by Apartment Realty Advisors on the direction of key indicators in 29 U.S. metro apartment markets shows some movements in some places-

For Newer, Larger Products, There Is More institutional Interest, Says KeyBank’s Clay Sublett

Recently MHN spoke with Clay Sublett, national production manager, KeyBank Real Estate Capital, about the state of multifamily finance and the GSEs