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U.S. Multifamily Market Remarkably Consistent, Remains Top Investment Class

New research by Yardi Matrix and NKF reveal a host of interesting trends within the multifamily sector. Not only has the U.S. multifamily industry exhibited remarkable consistency, it remains a darling asset class for investors. Rents increased by $5 in … Continue reading

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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (March 26, 2019)

The U.S. Treasury yield curve is now close to a level at which the Fed has historically cut interest rates, reports Reuters. WeWork’s losses in 2018 doubled to almost $2 billion, even while revenue grew, according to MarketWatch. These are … Continue reading

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Lower Interest Rates Should Drive More Acquisitions in the Multifamily Sector

Borrowers have an unexpected second chance to get low-interest financing to buy or re-finance apartment properties, thanks to growing worries about the slowing U.S. economy. This month, officials at the Federal Reserve cancelled plans to raise benchmark interest rates in … Continue reading

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CBRE North America Cap Rate Survey | H2 2018

CBRE presents the North America Cap Rate Survey for the second half of 2018: Capitalization rates for U.S. commercial real estate assets were broadly unchanged in H2 2018. Industrial cap rates tightened marginally across all segments. Office, multifamily and hotel … Continue reading

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The Hospitality Sector Sees the Entrance of a New Competitor: Upscale Glamping Hotels

Neil Dipaola, of outdoor lodging brand AutoCamp, talks about the company’s plans for a nationwide network of upscale trailer hotels. Outdoor lodging brand AutoCamp recently raised $115 million through a partnership with real estate private equity firm Whitman Peterson to … Continue reading

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The U.S. Apartment Sector Would Continue to Remain Strong Even in a Recession

In the current cycle, property fundamentals are strong enough to withstand a shock to the system. Even if there is an economic downturn in the near future, the apartment sector is likely to hold up, according to industry experts. “Apartments … Continue reading

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Apartment Rents Expected to Rise Faster Than Inflation in 2019

Rents are likely to rise faster for older, class-B apartments in 2019 than for any other class of apartment property. “We expect Class-B to continue to have the strongest average rent growth, as it has through recent history,” says Andrew … Continue reading

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Demographics, Socioeconomics Driving Multifamily Housing Demand

Demographic and socioeconomic factors contributed to significant increases in demand for U.S. rental housing, reported Clarion Partners, New York. The U.S. housing market is increasingly becoming a “renter nation,” Clarion Partners Managing Director and Head of Investment Research Tim Wang … Continue reading

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Yardi: Multifamily rent growth shows no signs of tiring

Rents are still on their way up nationwide. The industry just posted the seventh consecutive month with an all-time high average rent. According to a report from Yardi, average rent in the U.S. rose $2 in august to $1,412 per month, … Continue reading

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American Dream Shifts, Multifamily Market Benefits

The housing market is showing signs of cooling off. Yet, housing demand and affordability has emerged as a hot topic. Marcus & Millichap’s Hessam Nadji told CNBC that the shift now being experienced in the housing sector can be tied … Continue reading

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