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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...

Apartment prices rise

Fueled by fears of a continued rise in inflation, investors are aggressively bidding up apartment prices. Nationally, the average apartment cap rates stand at 5.1...

Census takers worry apartments were undercounted

Census taker Linda Rothfield’s government-issued iPhone kept directing her back to apartments in San Francisco that she already knew were vacant. When she did...

Tomorrow’s communities: everything as a concept

The pandemic put urban areas into a tailspin with workers fleeing office space and residents looking for more comfortable, remote living spaces. At the same...

How to fix apartments

The apartments of 2030 will have to address the climate, housing, and public health crises we face. Here are six ways to do just...

Proptech drives speed across all asset classes

Widespread adoption of proptech advances during the pandemic have dramatically increased transaction speed across all CRE property types, with multifamily assets leading the charge. Multifamily...

Old-new tech provider in town

Tampa’s iApartments, armed with at least a $10 million investment, seeks to capture a niche in the smart home market by specializing in multifamily...

Are your current proptech tools permanent? Three ways to evaluate

Proptech, or property technology, has been around since the 1980s. But, many people have only heard of the term proptech within the last five...

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