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Analysis: Battle Lines in the Rent vs. Own Tug-of-War Analysis: Battle Lines in the Rent vs. Own Tug-of-War

New HUD secretary Julián Castro knows his work is cut out for him as he seeks to spur homeownership while promoting more affordable rental housing. Read more

Fed Sees Tighter Lending, but Construction Rolls Along

A recent Federal Reserve study sees tighter lending standards from banks, though the new construction pipeline keeps flowing. Read more

CalPERS Dumps Hedge Funds in Favor of Real Estate

The largest U.S. fund recently reallocated its hedge fund investments to increase its already sizable outlay to real estate, a move that may have a ripple effect on valuations. Read more

Class C Market Grows Tense as Prices Rise Class C Market Grows Tense as Prices Rise

The product's growing popularity may press buyers to seek yield in riskier markets and assets. Read more

Monogram Anticipates NYSE Listing Later This MonthMonogram Anticipates NYSE Listing Later This Month

The firm expects to list its shares of common stock under the ticker symbol "MORE"... Read more

Tags: REITs
Atlas Makes 4th-Largest Deal of the Year

Atlas Apartment Holdings spends $490 million on a 20-asset portfolio located in Texas, Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas. Read more

Overvaluation Feared as Cap Rates Keep Shrinking Overvaluation Feared as Cap Rates Keep Shrinking

Many industry vets wonder if today's investment market is getting a little too overheated. Read more

Tags: Cap Rates
Sales of Newly Built Apartments Hint at Speed of Cycle Maturity Sales of Newly Built Apartments Hint at Speed of Cycle Maturity

As supply climbs to its peak, price per unit in primary markets is decelerating more quickly than in secondary markets. Read more

Experts: Financing Will Be Ample Next Year Experts: Financing Will Be Ample Next Year

Multifamily executives are bullish about the future, with the apartment industry awash in cash at the midpoint of an expanding cycle. Read more

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