3 Reasons Hesitation Can Hurt Multifamily Sellers

Many expect a slowdown in transactions, but the opposite may be true, according to Stepp Commercial’s Robert Stepp.

Lew Sichelman

BFR or BTR? Why Words Matter

Columnist Lew Sichelman on the evolving lexicon for build-to-rent developers.

Stephanie Gonzalez

The New Frontier of the Multifamily Customer Experience

Keeping up with the needs and wants of today’s renters is critical for success, explains Stephanie Gonzalez of Venterra Realty.

Ted Flagg is JLL senior managing director, Healthcare Group leader.

Senior Housing’s Role in a Health-Care Real Estate Portfolio

Ted Flagg of JLL on the benefits of blending this property type into a strategy with medical office and life science.

Is the Fed’s Painful Ounce of Prevention Worth a Pound of Cure?

While there’s comfort in comparisons to 2008, CRE investors need to work a lot harder in 2022 to get deals done, asserts Dekel Capital’s Shlomi Ronen.

Lew Sichelman

How Much Do Renters Lie?

Columnist Lew Sichelman on a survey showing that a significant number of residents hide the truth from their landlords.

Meade Rhoads

Building Affordable Housing to Weather Disasters

Resiliency is especially critical for those who have fewer choices of where to live, according to C. Meade Rhoads of The NHP Foundation.

John Bentley

Hurricane Season Is Here. How Should Construction Sites Prepare?

Safety—of the body and mind—is top priority, according to Ryan Cos.’ John Bentley.

Lew Sichelman

Why Some Homeowners Prefer Single-Family Rentals

A growing number of SFR renters have already owned a home or never plan to.

Thomas Vaccaro

5 Years of Affordable Housing Lessons

In advance of The NHP Foundation’s annual symposium, Thomas Vaccaro reviews the recommendations that emerged from previous events.

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