MHN’s Top 5 January Articles
- Feb 01, 2018
Dan Doyle, senior vice president of development at The Beach Co., offers his take on the key areas shaping the industry in the coming year, including renter segmentation, community engagement and customer service.
The company plans to acquire some 6,185 units through this deal. Due to timing of regulatory approvals and the assumption of in-place financing, the transaction is expected to close in phases.
With multifamily development slowing, it is the perfect time for developers to invest in other real estate sectors.
The 490-unit Jefferson Place Mt. Laurel is expected to break ground this month, and move-ins are scheduled for spring 2019.
Above-trend population increases and job gains in non-gateway cities are generating strong investor and resident demand for multifamily housing, explained IRT Chairman & CEO Scott Schaeffer. Here are three such markets poised to benefit from this trend in 2018.