Rents: Page 5


  • Wall Street sign
    Image attribution tooltip
    kevinjeon00 via Getty Images
    Image attribution tooltip
    REIT Report

    Delinquent renters drive expenses 8.5% higher for Camden

    Despite evictions and skips, low move-outs to homeownership limit turnover damage for the Houston-based REIT.

    By Aug. 21, 2023
  • People picket outside of Paramount Pictures studios during the Hollywood writers strike on May 4, 2023 in Los Angeles, California.
    Image attribution tooltip
    David McNew via Getty Images
    Image attribution tooltip

    Apartment owners don’t feel impacts from Hollywood writers’ strike — yet

    Despite few effects so far, a prolonged work stoppage could exacerbate occupancy issues in Los Angeles.

    By Aug. 18, 2023
  • Couple looking for apartment. Image taken at average residential area with multiple ownership block of flats type of buildings. Explore the Trendline
    Image attribution tooltip
    gremlin via Getty Images
    Image attribution tooltip
    Trendline

    Rent Trends

    Seasonality, supply, concessions and more are top of mind for rental owners and operators across the country.

    By Multifamily Dive staff
  • Photo of stock exchange letters.
    Image attribution tooltip
    Pgiam via Getty Images
    Image attribution tooltip
    REIT Report

    Revenue growth boosts AvalonBay

    As market conditions slow, the Virginia-based REIT sees an opportunity to pick up land in its expansion metros.

    By Aug. 16, 2023
  • Wood-framed apartment building under construction.
    Image attribution tooltip
    Maudib via Getty Images
    Image attribution tooltip

    As rents continue to rise, legislators eye new regulations

    Ongoing affordability challenges have led lawmakers to consider rent control and fee notifications, Yardi said in its most recent report.

    By Aug. 14, 2023
  • Abstract corporate workers with stock ticker numbers overlaid.
    Image attribution tooltip
    Simon Carter via Getty Images
    Image attribution tooltip
    REIT Report

    Essex raises rent guidance as tech layoff fears subside

    The REIT saw sluggishness in Seattle while Southern California thrived. 

    By Aug. 14, 2023
  • Entry to tan apartment community with tree-lined street in the foreground.
    Image attribution tooltip
    Permission granted by Pacific Urban Investors
    Image attribution tooltip
    DEALS + STARTS

    Pacific Urban makes 21st San Diego deal, continues to see growth opportunities

    The apartment owner’s internal research led it to a property in the city’s La Jolla submarket.

    By Aug. 11, 2023
  • Busy traffic in Downtown Los Angeles at dusk.
    Image attribution tooltip
    Yongyuan via Getty Images
    Image attribution tooltip

    Millions in back rent due in Los Angeles

    The city’s lengthy eviction moratorium, ongoing rent freeze and difficult eviction processes have created issues for property owners and landlords.

    By Aug. 11, 2023
  • View from the the ground looking up at high rises and Wall St. and Front St. signs.
    Image attribution tooltip
    franckreporter via Getty Images
    Image attribution tooltip
    REIT Report

    Coastal markets show strength in UDR’s busy Q2

    As more than 20% of its sites use staff-less technology, the REIT continues to focus on customer experience.

    By Aug. 7, 2023
  • Grey, 40-stroy apartment with pool and palm trees in the foreground.
    Image attribution tooltip
    Permission granted by Trilogy Real Estate Group
    Image attribution tooltip

    Trilogy buys ZOM development during construction for nearly $86M

    The Azalea Apartments are in an Opportunity Zone 15 minutes east of Tampa’s downtown.

    By Aug. 3, 2023
  • an aerial view of an apartment building
    Image attribution tooltip
    iStock/Getty via Getty Images
    Image attribution tooltip
    Roundup

    The apartment industry battles insurance price hikes

    As costs jump 100% or more in some states, multifamily leaders look for solutions. 

    By Multifamily Dive Staff • July 26, 2023
  • A set of attached homes with yellow siding.
    Image attribution tooltip
    Sundry Photography via Getty Images
    Image attribution tooltip

    Senior housing investors expect rent growth in 2023

    Almost one-third of CBRE survey respondents are underwriting growth of 7% or more for assisted living.

    By July 25, 2023
  • Walkway leading along the new colorful cmplex of apartment buildings, Gdansk, Poland
    Image attribution tooltip
    ewg3D via Getty Images
    Image attribution tooltip

    Rent growth drops to lowest non-pandemic rate since 2011

    Asking rents are still on the rise, both for conventional multifamily and for single-family build-to-rent properties, according to a new report.

    By July 20, 2023
  • A for sale sign on a home
    Image attribution tooltip
    Mikey_Man via Getty Images
    Image attribution tooltip
    Insurance Issues

    Rising insurance costs could force apartment sales, threaten new development

    Premium increases create a host of issues for multifamily executives, who are already struggling with multiple financial challenges.

    By July 18, 2023
  • A moving truck stands with its back open on a street next to brick buildings.
    Image attribution tooltip
    Liudmila Chernetska via Getty Images
    Image attribution tooltip

    The top 10 states residents want to move into (and out of)

    Texas is the most sought-after state based on Google searches, followed by Florida and California.

    By July 14, 2023
  • stressed woman on laptop
    Image attribution tooltip
    damircudic via Getty Images
    Image attribution tooltip

    Tenants’ top property management pet peeves

    Owners and managers must mitigate these common rental complaints to keep vacancy rates low. 

    By Amanda Loudin • July 11, 2023
  • Mixed-use multifamily residential district area development with blue sunny sky background
    Image attribution tooltip
    Svetlana123 via Getty Images
    Image attribution tooltip

    Despite challenges, real estate pros are optimistic

    After hitting rock bottom, industry sentiment is on the rise again despite fears of a mild recession.

    By June 26, 2023
  • A hallway with a sign that says "Apartmentalize."
    Image attribution tooltip
    Mary Salmonsen/Multifamily Dive
    Image attribution tooltip
    Apartmentalize 2023

    Rising costs challenge multifamily pros

    Too much focus on technology can distract property managers from their customer service mission, according to a panelist at the recent NAA conference.

    By June 15, 2023
  • Apartmentalize 2023
    Image attribution tooltip
    Permission granted by Mary Salmonsen
    Image attribution tooltip
    Apartmentalize 2023

    Renters moving to the suburbs bring urban expectations with them

    Multifamily pros pondered the lingering impact of the pandemic’s “great migration” at an Apartmentalize session on Wednesday.

    By June 8, 2023
  • Aerial picture of single-family homes next to a street with trees in the background.
    Image attribution tooltip
    Permission granted by Allen & Rocks
    Image attribution tooltip
    Q&A

    Maryland SFR development catches on ‘like wildfire’ with active adults

    Allen & Rocks moved into single-family rentals at two Brookfield communities, and it learned that a 55-and-over crowd will lease remotely.

    By June 2, 2023
  • A mid-rise apartment building with a sign that reads "Ltd. by Greystar."
    Image attribution tooltip
    Courtesy of Greystar
    Image attribution tooltip

    Greystar launches attainable housing brand

    With some built in the company’s newly opened modular factory, Ltd. by Greystar apartments will limit future rent increases for existing residents.

    By May 30, 2023
  • A rendering of five tall white buildings.
    Image attribution tooltip
    Courtesy of El-Ad National Properties
    Image attribution tooltip
    DEALS + STARTS

    $1B mixed-use development planned near Miami

    The District in Davie will have 1,256 units at full buildout and cover 2.8 million square feet of residential and retail space.

    By May 30, 2023
  • An apartment building with a front plaza that pedestrians are walking through.
    Image attribution tooltip

    Courtesy J&L Companies

    Image attribution tooltip
    PROJECT SPOTLIGHT

    Leasing begins at transit-oriented tower in Newark, New Jersey’s Ironbound

    Fifty-Five Union aims to foster a cultural connection with the neighborhood through arts and business partnerships.

    By May 24, 2023
  • View from a balcony looking out at high rises.
    Image attribution tooltip
    Permission granted by Keystone Development + Investment
    Image attribution tooltip
    Q&A

    Pennsylvania office developer gets into the conversion game

    After adding a residential component to one building in Philadelphia, Keystone is eyeing three similar projects.

    By May 19, 2023
  • The Space Needle stands over the Seattle skyline as Mt. Rainier is seen in the background
    Image attribution tooltip
    John Moore via Getty Images
    Image attribution tooltip
    REIT Report

    Essex predicts rebound in West Coast markets

    Although it is monitoring other areas for expansion, the REIT is comfortable with its regional focus, according to CEO Angela L. Kleiman.

    By May 17, 2023
  • The exterior of an apartment building.
    Image attribution tooltip
    Sundry Photography via Getty Images
    Image attribution tooltip

    Rents continue rising, with moderate growth expected through 2023

    Tightening credit, a slowdown in construction and lower consumer savings may constrict the sector in the near future, according to a new report.

    By May 15, 2023