Apartment Trends

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Study: ‘Filtering’ Leads to Boost in Housing Opportunity

However, significant restrictions remain amid a severe shortage of housing. More

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New Apartments Expected to Hit Peak

More than 450,000 units expected this year, mostly Class A market-rate apartments. More

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Too Much? April’s Multifamily Permit Numbers Hit Historical Highs

Though multifamily starts rose almost 40 percent in April and permits approached historical high, many observers still appear unconcerned about over development. More

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The New Normal: Forecasting Lessons Learned From the Recession

Five years after the recession, forecasts are finally reaching a new normal. More

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Multifamily a Trillion Dollar Business

NMHC and NAA study examines the industry’s impact on the national economy. More

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Top Cities for Job Growth and Rental Revenue in 2013

The latest report from Dallas, Texas-based research firm Axiometrics spells out some positive data for 2013 job growth and rental revenue increases. But not all metros have such a bright outlook for solid fundamental growth this year. More

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Chandan: A New Paradigm or Wishful Thinking?

Factors including an imposing development pipeline, rising home values, and some easing in single-family credit will test the multifamily sector’s resilience. More

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2024 Readers’ Choice Awards Open for Nominations

The deadline to enter your outstanding affordable housing developments is April 1. More

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