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  • FCP Snags $24M Tampa Community

    Federal Capital Partners has acquired The Commons Apartments, a 200-unit, garden-style property. The company plans upgrades, including converting the leasing office to a gym and the addition of washer-dryers to individual apartments.

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  • Top 10 Markets With the Largest Recent Rent Growth

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  • August Continues Rent-Gain Streak

    The economy is doing well and multifamily demand has been consistent, so supply has been one of the trouble spots. However, rents have still increased every month during 2017.

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  • From Temporary Rentals to Permanent Solutions

    Whether office locations to house workflow or apartments to rent during travels, temporary rentals are growing in popularity due to their flexibility, convenience and affordability.

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  • Who’s the greenest?

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  • Waiting for Wage Growth

    Employment figures for June show 361,000 more workers were in the labor force than in May. However, consistently mediocre wage growth in the 2- to 3-percent range could impact the multifamily industry if it persists.

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