Monthly Archives: January 2017

NATIONAL MULTIFAMILY Commentary Multifamily Demand Will Still Outweigh Supply In 2017

NEW YORK CITY—For the past several years, Capital One has surveyed multifamily industry participants at the RealShare Apartments conference to assess market sentiment for the coming year. Starting last year, the firm began using the survey as a platform for … Continue reading

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Native American Communities Explore New Territory

A rugged patch of land is being transformed into a 41-unit affordable housing development on the Santo Domingo Pueblo in New Mexico. Scheduled to be completed around May, the project will connect residents to the nearby New Mexico Rail Runner … Continue reading

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Apartment Demand, Rent Growth Stay Strong

“The apartment sector’s winning streak has run seven full years so far,” Willett says. RICHARDSON, TX—“Rent growth doesn’t have to reach best-ever readings to be strong,” says Greg Willett, chief economist at RealPage. The firm said Tuesday that while rent … Continue reading

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CMBS Late-Pays Reach 14-Month High

Trepp headquarters in New York City; the firm reports December late-pay increases in some sectors and decreases in others.NEW YORK CITY—Erasing all of the gains registered in early 2016, the CMBS delinquency rate climbed 20 basis points last month to … Continue reading

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How To Win At The Multifamily Talent Game

Corless: “In order to succeed, it is vital to differentiate yourself from the competition as a company that people are proud to work for—as well as provide a challenging and rewarding work environment.” SAN DIEGO—Putting the passion and energy necessary … Continue reading

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Luxury Apartment Boom Looks Set to Fizzle

America’s luxury-apartment craze is coming to an end. Landlords of upscale properties in cities across the U.S. are bracing for rough conditions in 2017 that will likely force them to slash rents and offer deep concessions, including as many as … Continue reading

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