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    The top 10 residential builders of 2022

    Dallas, Texas-based D.R. Horton remains at the top of the list for the 20th year running with 81,981 homes closed last year.

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    How one investor chooses his markets

    Neil Schimmel avoids metros with investor-owned single-family housing and looks for owners that are from the area.

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    How $21B in foreign investment is shaping the multifamily landscape

    This four-part series looks at how capital from outside the U.S. is moving into multifamily — and on the types of properties and places investors are looking for.

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    Real estate owner WashREIT embraces BREEAM certification

    The REIT’s momentum toward sustainable capital allocations and ESG funding comes amid increased demand for green financing options.

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    Private REITs take over the market

    Trusts from Blackstone and Starwood dominate the non-traded REIT space, according to a new report.

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    5 reasons why rents are rising at a record pace

    Inflation, demographic shifts and supply shortages have created a perfect storm of rent growth, economists say.

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    How NRP deals with materials volatility

    One of the nation’s largest builders and developers is locking in orders on variable-rate agreements.

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    Former Mets majority owners team up with Eden for Southeast development

    The partnership brings together two groups with decades of multifamily experience.

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    Foreign capital zeroes in on ESG-compliant properties

    Multifamily investors from Europe are starting to insist properties meet environmental, social and governance metrics. 

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    Freddie Mac names new head of multifamily

    After serving as senior vice president for single-family portfolio management, Kevin Palmer takes the helm of the agency’s apartment group.

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    Tenants facing eviction fared better under NYC's legal assistance program: study

    Since New York became the first U.S. city to guarantee universal legal representation to low-income tenants in housing court, Princeton researchers say eviction warrants and monetary judgments against them are down.

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    ZMR Capital adds to its Tampa-area portfolio

    The company’s four recent acquisitions include one of the largest multifamily properties in the area.

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    Fleeing 'superstar' cities, tech workers are moving to mid-size and smaller markets, causing housing, traffic concerns

    After many Americans relocated to work remotely during the pandemic, smaller cities are now grappling with rising housing prices, traffic and homelessness.

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    Regional Report: Atlanta metro sees double-digit growth

    Despite strong rent increases in many submarkets, one data set points to potential oversupply in the city's Midtown area.

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    Who topped NMHC's 2022 lists?

    From developers and owners to builders and managers, the rankings are much anticipated every year.

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    Boston Capital leads NMHC's syndicators list again

    NMHC's list of companies that buy tax credits stays remarkably consistent.

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    Accesso beefs up Sun Belt production

    The firm focuses on walkable areas in Florida, Texas and the Carolinas.

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    Higher gas prices could help fuel a return to urban living

    As expensive fuel boosts demand, some apartment buyers are ready to make deals in cities.

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    Canada tops the list of foreign investors in US multifamily

    The countries that have consistently spent the most on multifamily properties in the United States have shifted for the first time in 10 years.

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    Apartment sales volume increases more than 20% in Q1

    Investors still chase apartments, but price growth slows as interest rate concerns loom.

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    For one Arizona company, the market provides an opportunity to sell

    Despite selling more than 300 units, Caliber Cos. remains active in apartments and other real estate sectors.

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    Top apartment builders post large gains

    Greystar moved from sixth place to the top of NMHC's list of builders.

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    Thought Leaders: Execs talk successes, challenges

    This month, Multifamily Dive readers heard what's on the mind of executives from Bell Partners, ZRS, TruAmerica and more.

    Updated April 27, 2022
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    April roundup: New multifamily products

    This month's features include cabinet renovation kits, air quality monitors and smart building access.

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    Converting strip malls into mixed-use development could address California's housing crisis

    The transformation would require cities to change land-use policies, said housing experts during an Urban Land Institute meeting.