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  • 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 14:58
  • Lena New Boston Breaks Ground on 41 Mixed-Income Units

    The $200 million redevelopment of the former Boston State Hospital site entered a new phase, which will include 22 affordable units. The project is part of Olmsted Green, a 42-acre development in the heart of the city.

    17 August 2017 21:17
  • Interforum Debuts Chicago-Area Luxury Townhomes

    Featuring designs inspired by the work of Frank Lloyd Wright, the community comprises 29 luxury townhomes on the site of a former lumberyard.

    20 June 2017 15:43
  • Innovative Senior Housing Underway in Contra Costa County

    Northern California Presbyterian Homes and Services is developing the first continuing-care retirement community in the area that is part of a larger retail development.

    24 April 2017 14:01
  • SmartStop Asset Management Sponsors $57M Student Housing Sale

    Strategic Student & Senior Housing Trust purchased a 592-bed community located near the University of Arkansas. The property was previously known as Sterling District, but its new owner dubbed it "The District."

    30 June 2017 15:10
  • U.S. Equity REITs

    Although the hotel sector had the lowest AFFO payout ratio, its average dividend yield of 5.0 percent was higher than several other sectors, including self-storage, shopping centers, multifamily and office.

    21 March 2017 19:25
  • CMBS Delinquencies

    Retail properties had the largest decline, at $932 million, while office decreased by $805 million.

    22 May 2017 17:14
  • Economy Watch: Retail Sales Dip in May

    By Dees Stribling Image courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons user southareapictures. U.S. retail and food service sales dropped 0.3 percent in May compared with April, the Census Bureau reported on Wednesday. That’s the weakest monthly report for retail sales in more than a year and a half. Compared with the same month

    14 June 2017 15:55
  • Workforce Housing’s Monumental Growth

    Gregory Lozinak, CEO of Monument Capital Management, discusses the company's commitment to affordability, his biggest influences in the industry and his goals for 2017.

    07 June 2017 15:07
  • Baltimore Community Lands $73M HUD Construction Loan

    The 317-unit Berkleigh in Middle River is part of Baltimore Crossroads @ 95, a large-scale project that will encompass office space, retail, two hotels, 1,000 homes and two multifamily properties.

    28 June 2017 11:43