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  • Niche Assets Climb the Rankings of 2014's Top 50 Owners

    Low-income, student housing, and military holdings are helping some companies make their mark on this year’s owners list.

  • Top 10 Markets with the Highest Senior Occupancy

    You'd probably guess some Florida or Arizona markets would see the most well-occupied seniors communities, but you'd be wrong. Northern, snowy cities dominate the list, according to Marcus & Millichap.

  • Top 10 Multifamily Lenders of 2013

    J.P. Morgan Chase & Company tops the list as the largest conventional multifamily lender last year by making more than $15 billion in loans, according to a report released Tuesday.

  • A Slow Move Toward Potential Oversupply

    Axiometrics' Jay Denton takes a guest turn on our site to analyze the effect today's new construction pipeline is having on rent growth and vacancies in many of the nation's top markets.

  • Freddie Mac Releases Annual Multifamily Outlook

    While the amount of new supply coming this year is a concern, particularly in the Washington, D.C. area, rent and occupancy growth should continue, albeit at a slower pace than last year, according to Freddie Mac.

  • LIHTC Survives Tax Reform Draft; Big Changes Proposed

    The affordable housing industry reacts to Rep. Camp's much-anticipated tax reform draft, which preserves the LIHTC but introduces major changes, and even eliminates, other vital multifamily programs.

  • ULI Survey: Mixed-Use Communities a Growing Preference

    Renters these days desire plenty of features in their community, leaving the industry to focus on providing mixed use atmospheres for all future renters – not just Gen Y.

  • D.C. Developers Urged to Focus on Transit

    Washington, D.C., is urgently carving out a comprehensive plan to provide the capacity for a growing renter population by pushing density near transit, and doing a complete rewrite of their zoning requirements

  • This May Be the Year the GSEs’ Fate Becomes Clear

    The New Year will bring some changes for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, starting with a new federal regulator.

  • Fast Forward: 2014 Market Preview

    Bell Partners had a busy year on the investment front in 2013, buying more than 2,280 units as of early November. But as cap rates continue to drop across the nation, “We plan to be an aggressive seller and a very cautious buyer,” in 2014, Jon Bell says.