Top 10 Posts from 2017

Miss out on any MHN articles? Catch up with our most popular posts of the year.

Design Trend Update with Home Depot’s Sarah Fishburne

The home improvement supply retailer’s design and trend director spoke with MHN at the National Apartment Association’s Education Conference & Exposition in Atlanta to explain how design choices reflect changing lifestyle patterns.

Guest Post: How To Stay Safe In Your Apartment During Earthquakes (And Other Calamities)

New apartments in the current real estate market predominantly have all the safety features built in for natural disasters as a result of natural crises in the past.

Amazon Introduces Multifamily Package Lockers

The online retail giant is expanding its offerings from its existing Amazon Lockers by adding the Hub, a new package management system tailored for multifamily properties.

Top 10 Apartment Owners in Atlanta

The area’s healthy economy and broad-based job and population growth are fostering demand for rentals and attracting developers and investors. This list highlights the metro’s top private, REIT and institutional owners, based on unit counts, according to Yardi Matrix data.

Top 10 Markets for Rent Growth

Here are the 10 markets that, despite the nationwide trend of deceleration, have had the greatest year-over-year rent growth as of May 2017.

Top Amenities for 2017, from Millennials to Boomers

A look at the amenities most sought after by each demographic group.

10 Markets with the Greatest Occupancy Loss

Corpus Christi, Texas

Corpus Christi, Texas

Supply growth is outpacing demand in many areas, causing a decrease in occupancy rates. Here is a list of the 10 markets with the greatest loss in occupancy year-over-year as of April 2017.

America’s Housing Problem

Thomas Bozzuto, chairman of The Bozzuto Group, discusses the affordability crisis, and what can be done to fix it.

6 Things to Consider Before Purchasing Non-Performing Notes

Looking to purchase non-performing multifamily notes? Keep the following six issues in mind.

Post Brothers Wins $103M to Transform Historic Office

Philadelphia’s The Atlantic will be redeveloped into a luxury community.

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