PPR

  • February 2015

    The prices of multifamily properties sold fell to $144,149 per unit in the third quarter compared to $124,768 in the previous quarter, reports PPR, a Costar company.

    National 16 February 2015 18:09
  • California Market Report

    As development picks up, competition is heavy for existing assets.

    National 29 April 2014 17:15
  • November 2013

    Apartment transactions fell in the second quarter 2013 to $16.97 billion from the first quarter, according to PPR, a Costar company. Meanwhile, apartment completions increased by 64 percent in the second quarter in the top 30 metros, reports Marcus & Millichap.

    National 19 November 2013 20:04
  • Cashing in on CMBS

    Multifamily assets that have gone to special servicing present a growing source of opportunities

    National 01 June 2010 20:39

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