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    Employment figures for June show 361,000 more workers were in the labor force than in May. However, consistently mediocre wage growth in the 2- to 3-percent range could impact the multifamily industry if it persists.

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  • Emma Capital Expands Footprint in Charlotte

    The company acquired the 240-unit Grand Terraces Apartments and the 310-unit Stanford Reserve for $53 million. It plans upgrades on both properties.

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  • Marcus & Millichap Closes on Illinois Multifamily Sale

    The community is located in Mount Prospect, Ill., and consists of three 14-unit buildings. The units offer a mix of one- and two-bedroom layouts of 650 and 850 square feet respectively.

    07 July 2017 17:39
  • HFF Secures $50M Loan for NJ Community

    The company arranged the long-term fixes-rate loan on behalf borrower Capodagli Property Co. The 222-unit transit-oriented community offers convenient access into New York City and other major employment hubs.

    30 May 2017 09:11
  • Denver Community Sells for $31M

    ARA Newmark represented Nichols Partnership in the sale of Turntable Studios. Built in 1967, the building was renovated and converted to multifamily in 2015.

    25 May 2017 11:38
  • Fulton Hill Properties Breaks Ground on Richmond Project

    Artisan Hill will be a 204-unit community adjoined by an artists' gathering place. The development, located at 1000 Carlisle Ave., near several parks and trails, is slated for completion in 2019.

    09 November 2017 14:03
  • No Slack: Top Job Markets Getting Tight

    If quickly growing southern cities see their unemployment rates fall below 3 percent, wage inflation may not be far behind.

    05 July 2017 15:18
  • Inland Acquires $95M Denver Asset

    Conifer Creek last traded in 2013, when Grand Peaks Properties sold it for $54.4 million. The community was 96.9 percent occupied as of May.

    14 July 2017 11:06
  • Economy Watch: Immigration Policy Changes’ Impact on CRE

    Limiting the number of immigrants to the U.S. would exacerbate the labor shortages that several real estate-related fields are already facing, according to a recent Cushman & Wakefield study.

    22 September 2017 13:43
  • EBSCO Refinances 2 Southeast Properties

    The company received $61.6 million from Capital One in Fannie Mae fixed-rate loans to refinance communities in Tennessee and North Carolina.

    24 May 2017 08:16