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  • Chicago Bears

    The now completed Trump Tower may be one of the last major high-rises to see completion in Chicago. Activity in the Windy City is slowing down.

  • The Year of Change

    Come 2009, the country, the economy, and the multifamily industry will never again be the same.

  • Confidence in Apartment Sales, Credit, Even Occupancies Declines, NMHC Reports

    Apartment sales are abysmal, according to the latest quarterly survey on apartment market conditions, released this week by the Washington, D.C.-based National Multi Housing Council (NMHC).

  • Deals on Ice as Bid and Ask Spreads Remain Prohibitive

    The iced-up world of the credit markets-and trying to thaw them out-may merit all the attention it has gotten as governments and their central banks try repeatedly to reignite a "flow of funds" among banks amid a worsening economic crisis. 

  • Apartment CEOs Foresee Financing Challenges, Oversupply of Rentals into 2010

    The housing crisis has finally caught up with the multifamily sector, which faces a decline in new development and the values of rental income properties that will last until at least 2010, according to industry leaders speaking at the co-located Multifamily Executive Conference and Developer...

  • Land Sales Continue to Nose Dive in 2008

    From January through August of 2008, land sales totaled $7.1 billion. During the same period last year, $27.2 billion in land was sold. In the first three quarters of 2006, that number was $16.4 billion.

  • Global Currents

    Apartment sales around the globe slow.

  • Model World

    Portfolio modeling leverages data to pull back the veil on what the future of multifamily could hold.

  • Top Ten

    The pace has slowed, but 2008 has seen some big deals.

  • Signs of Life

    Mistaken for dead, some midwest cities are flourishing while others are fighting for survival.