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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.

    By May 10, 2022
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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.

    By Danielle McLean • May 9, 2022
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    Multifamily Construction

    Despite a range of challenges, apartment developers are getting creative to keep the construction pipeline flowing. 

    By Multifamily Dive staff
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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.

    By Karen Kroll • May 5, 2022
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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.

    By May 4, 2022
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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.

    By May 2, 2022
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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.

    By April 29, 2022
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    Health certifications attract tenants, bolster profitability

    Renters stay longer in multifamily developments with wellness certifications. "How can you afford not to do this?" asked one developer.

    By Robyn Griggs Lawrence • April 26, 2022
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    Housing economist: The industry has hit peak rent growth

    Although inflation could partially mute rent gains, Cortland’s chief economist says the supply-demand picture still looks good for multifamily.

    By April 25, 2022
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    ZRS heading west into Arizona

    The Top 50 manager wants to reduce staffing but needs to keep an on-site presence.

    By April 20, 2022
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    Affordable housing funding would expand in Biden's FY23 budget

    The administration has called for $50 billion to increase the U.S. affordable housing supply and expand the federal Housing Choice Voucher program.

    By Danielle McLean • April 4, 2022
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    The country's least affordable cities for rent

    U.S. median rent jumped 17.1% in February, marking the seventh month in a row of double-digit increases.

    By March 28, 2022
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    Transaction volume creates uncertainty for property operators

    RKW's Marcie Williams talks about competition among third-party managers to generate new business and keep employees in hot markets.

    By March 24, 2022
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    Renovators battle supply chain, inflation issues while enjoying higher rents

    Apartment owners like Ashcroft and CWCapital have adjusted their pacing and production strategies to manage a range of new challenges.

    By March 23, 2022
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    10 most popular cities for Gen Z renters

    The New York metro area and the Washington, D.C., suburbs rank among the top markets for young people.

    By March 22, 2022
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    A tale of 2 cities: Bidding wars break out in NY while San Fran properties struggle

    The major coastal metros are following different paths to recovery.

    By March 21, 2022
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    Could Zoom towns go bust?

    Money is flowing into cities like Boise, Idaho, but some analysts wonder about the sustainability of their growth.

    By March 21, 2022
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    Multiple prototypes help this developer capitalize on Florida's surging market

    The co-CEO of one of the Sunshine State's oldest apartment developers sees plenty of runway for growth, but is also eyeing new markets.

    By March 15, 2022
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    Standard, Faring expand LA-area middle-income housing

    Two new acquisitions leverage California's public-private partnership structure to preserve market-rate apartments for workforce housing.

    By Jeffrey Steele • March 15, 2022
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    Owners need to protect themselves as interest rates rise, executive says

    The Lynd Group CEO weighs the consequences of rising borrowing costs.

    By March 14, 2022
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    How American Landmark keeps its acquisition engines running

    The firm has successfully found off-market deals, but its CEO is concerned about an overheated market.

    By March 11, 2022
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    Apartment developers are flocking to the suburbs

    The pandemic accelerated a migration trend that continues as companies adopt hybrid work options.

    By March 10, 2022
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    California-based tenant union ends 5-month rent strike

    Tenants unions have built traction nationwide, with hundreds of new organizations forming during the pandemic.  

    By Updated March 10, 2022
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    Apartment sales jumped 128% last year, good luck finding one

    Institutional investors looking for strong returns outbid the weak and prudent. 

    By March 7, 2022
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    What contractors need to know for the year ahead

    While market observers still see plenty of challenges on the horizon, they are optimistic about the new year, this roundup of Construction Dive stories shows.

    Jan. 27, 2022
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    Rents will skyrocket in these 10 markets this year

    The cost of leasing an apartment will rise across the country with the largest increases in Sun Belt states, according to industry analysts.

    By Jan. 21, 2022