Jay Rollins

  • The Next Wave in Multifamily: Middle-Market Assets

    With multifamily development hitting the brakes in major cities and shy rent growth on the horizon, investors are setting their sights on middle-market assets owned by Baby Boomers. Industry leaders predict that, as this $10 trillion market changes ownership, the largest transfer of properties in the history of real estate will occur.

    Denver 16 May 2017 16:53

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