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  • Economy Watch: Most Metros Enjoy Low Unemployment

    Of the 388 U.S. metro areas, 340 had unemployment rates that were lower in July than a year earlier, according to a recent Bureau of Labor Statistics report.

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    Increasingly ferocious storms. Deadly high-rise fires in London and Hawaii. Residents’ inclination to leave ranges and running bathtubs unattended. It’s enough to ruin the sleep of multifamily owners and managers. But insurance experts say they shouldn’t fret, at least not until something unforeseen comes along.

    11 September 2017 13:59
  • 3 Assets Trade in Newark

    Gebroe-Hammer Associates facilitated two deals for the New Jersey properties. The three-story communities total 95 units in the Upper and Lower Roseville neighborhoods of the city.

    01 June 2017 08:43
  • Multifamily Completions to Peak in 2017

    Is the growth in residential development, coupled with decreasing construction costs, a sign that the industry is reaching the top of the current cycle?

    14 March 2017 18:00
  • Economy Watch: Multifamily Markets Softening

    All four indexes of the NMHC's quarterly survey were below the breakeven level of 50, indicating that U.S. apartment market conditions are softening despite continued strong demand. New supply is finally catching up, and there seems to be more caution among buyers and lenders, noted NMHC Chief Economist Mark Obrinsky.

    21 April 2017 13:56
  • Alexa in Apartments?

    Virtual assistants, such as Amazon's Alexa and Google Assistant, among others, are all the rage. Should they have a place in property management and leasing?

    16 May 2017 16:40
  • All Eyes on Core in Cleveland

    The city's market is growing slowly, particularly in submarkets outside the urban core that still face difficulties stemming from the last downturn.

    08 September 2017 16:28
  • CBRE Brokers $28M Sale of Jacksonville Community

    Resource Real Estate acquired the asset which boasts numerous community amenities including a resort-style swimming pool and sundeck, a clubhouse and tennis court.

    03 August 2017 18:03
  • Greysteel Retained to Market Texas Multifamily Asset

    The commercial real estate investment firm is the exclusive agent for the sale of Azlewood, an 81-unit property in Azle, Texas.

    28 March 2017 17:56