Monthly Archives: September 2012

Housing to “Return to Normal” in 2014, UCLA’s Anderson School Says

September 27, 2012 Multifamily will drive growth nationwide, as it already is doing in California, the school’s economists predict. Forecasting a 112% increase for housing starts between 2011 and 2014 sounds pretty aggressive. But it’s not really, say David Shulman … Continue reading

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Debt-to-Income Ratio Keeping Renters in Units

September 5, 2012  Maybe college wasn’t such a good idea. Say what you will about today’s 20-somethings, but they represent the one demographic crucial to sustaining the current rental boom. And one of the main reasons they’ve flocked to apartment living? They … Continue reading

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