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Easing the squeeze

The American dream of homeownership has become inaccessible for many, thanks to historically high home prices that are keeping prospective buyers in the rental...

A great deal of ruin in a nation

Asked if the loss of the American colonies would mean ruin for Britain, Adam Smith replied, “There is a great deal of ruin in...

Residents crave (internet) connection

Apartment renters are increasingly picky about the internet in their homes. A growing number won’t live where they can’t get good service. Until recently, property...

Small landlords call it a day

Extended rent moratoriums and the slow distribution of billions in federal rent assistance are driving many small landlords to call it quits. “Nobody wants to...

Prop tech paves the way

As an asset manager, it’s your responsibility to ensure that your assets remain competitive and relevant, manage risk, drive revenue growth, and consequently find...
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Flexible leases form start-up

Investors are pumping money into real-estate startups that are pioneering flexible ways to rent apartments on the belief that remote working trends and new...

Tech growth expedites multifamily projects

At a recent ULI webinar, panelists discussed the advantages of alternative construction technologies, including modular development, panelization, mass timber, and precast concrete. The webinar...

Repurposing hotels helps with housing shortage

The pandemic in 2020 slowed tourism throughout the nation, leaving the hospitality industry economically devastated, with hotels and lodging among the hardest hit. After...

When Washington bureaucrats hold the reins of power

The Biden administration was in a box in late July. They desperately wanted to extend the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s controversial eviction...

Absolute zero

Decades of underinvestment and underbuilding continue to deepen a national housing shortage decoupled from demand since the 1980s. This was recently underscored by a...

Only dead fish swim with the current

It’s a glorious day in the rental business. I would say apartments, but the industry has been transitioning—again—to include single-family rentals (Demand drives pricing...

Consider the alternative

The pandemic has made large cash deposits a financial burden for some residents seeking to relocate. Providing alternatives to security deposits makes move-in more...

Rent relief for some

California Governor Gavin Newsom, along with leaders of the California state Assembly and Senate, reached agreement on Assembly Bill 832. This will increase the...

Demand drives pricing

The U.S. multifamily sector remains an attractive option for real estate investors looking for a safe haven. Beyond the pool of traditional buyers who...

The value of a road

A growing movement of local governments and communities across the United States is beginning to grapple with an unfortunate realization: The highway boom of...

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