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  • Kansas City’s New Look

    Kansas City is in the midst of a transformation, growing as a financial and research center, with increased investment in infrastructure, all of which support multifamily fundamentals.

    19 May 2017 13:19
  • Economy Watch: Architects a Little Less Busy in September

    The seven-month streak of steady growth in demand for design services ended in September, with the American Institute of Architects' Architecture Billings Index dipping to 49.1 for the month.

    19 October 2017 15:56
  • Affordable Indiana Community Lands Refi

    The $6.6 million loan will be used to refinance Woodland East Apartments, a 224-unit affordable housing property in Michigan City.

    05 October 2017 13:10
  • Mentally Ill Residents and Fair Housing Concerns

    The Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in all types of housing transactions. So how should a property manager handle a mentally ill resident who may be causing issues at their property?

    12 April 2017 14:54
  • Urby Leasing 3rd Development in NJ

    The company launched Harrison Urby, a 409-unit community in Harrison, N.J., offering amenities such as Urby Blues, an onsite recording studio that serves as practice space for the jazz musician-in-residence.

    28 August 2017 14:16
  • How the Hiccup in New York Rents Affects NJ’s Gold Coast

    Northern New Jersey's "Gold Coast," which offers easy transportation to Manhattan, may have to compete for its spot as supply increases in the five boroughs.

    05 April 2017 15:30
  • JV Brings 156 Senior Units to Charleston

    Alex Brown Realty, Wakefield Capital and Affinity Living Group are developing a 120,000-square-foot community slated for completion in June 2018.

    18 July 2017 08:21
  • Renters Are Choosing the Suburbs in Greater Numbers than Cities; Atlanta Metro in the Lead

    Greater Atlanta leads the nation with a 26 percent increase in renter-occupied households in its suburban markets versus only 10 percent in its urban areas.

    19 June 2017 20:35
  • Orlando Apartments Command $47M

    TruAmerica continues its East Coast expansion with the acquisition of the 300-unit Arium Falcon Pines in Orlando. The company is planning on making a multimillion-dollar renovation to the property.

    19 October 2017 16:08
  • Inland Empire Shows Strength

    Backed by a booming industrial market, the metro added 48,000 jobs in the 12 months ending in July. Apartment deliveries have been slow throughout the cycle, but that is likely to increase as demand continues to push rents higher.

    06 October 2017 13:56