Category Archives: Single-Family Homes

The Features That Are Increasing Your Rent

Picking the right apartment is an important life decision. For most, that means finding the right balance between location, space, and affordability. As housing continues to take up more and more of the average American’s income, understanding the value you’re … Continue reading

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Single-Family Housing Supply Falls to Record Low, Tight Market Strengthens Apartment Demand

Wage growth and rising household formation are generating healthy demand for housing. The for-sale market is stuck in neutral, however, as tight supply, rising mortgage rates and upward pressure on existing home prices have muted growth. Limited for-sale inventory and … Continue reading

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Empty-Nesters Flock to Apartment Living

Magnitude of Boomers’ rental demand stuns some industry observers. N0vember 19, 2014 – MultiFamily Executive Magazine By: KC Sanjay Young adults ages 22 to 30—those “Millennials” who are a target demographic for many of the new apartment properties hitting the … Continue reading

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5 Reasons Occupancy Is Growing Stronger

July 09, 2014 – Multi Family Executive Magazine By: Jay Denton and KC Sanjay 5 Reasons Occupancy Is Growing Stronger Most people think that when a flood of new supply hits the apartment market, occupancy and effective rents will go … Continue reading

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Multi-Family Real Estate Forecast: 2014-2020

Bill Conerly, Forbes Magazine – May 19, 2014  Multi-Family Real Estate Forecast: 2014-2020 Multi-family housing construction is doing surprisingly well recently. Over the long run, housing units in buildings with five or more housing units comprise about 25 percent of all … Continue reading

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The New Math of Renting vs. Buying

The Wall Street Journal – May 2, 2014 Buying a home has long been part of the American dream. But rising prices have made renting less expensive in many places. People often aspire to own a home for reasons that … Continue reading

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Institutional Investors Flock to Single-Family Homes

A COTTAGE INDUSTRY  GOES BIG: Institutional Investors Flock to Single-Family Homes The depressed housing market has offered buyers an opportunity: attractive deals. Large investors have responded, buying houses that they intend to place on the rental market. How might their … Continue reading

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