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High-Cost Cities Have More NIMBY Renters
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High-Cost Cities Have More NIMBY Renters

Even when they support added housing, renters don’t want it nearby. More

Coliving Property Faces Zoning Problem, Neighbor Complaints in D.C.
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Coliving Property Faces Zoning Problem, Neighbor Complaints in D.C.

A small neighborhood in Washington, D.C. is flummoxed by a new coliving property... More

Alliance Residential Develops 1,300 Units in Metro Phoenix
Chicago Construction Boom Moves Into Suburbs
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Chicago Construction Boom Moves Into Suburbs

Low supply, high demand, rising rents leading developers away from the... More

Multifamily Complex to Revitalize Detroit Neighborhood
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Multifamily Complex to Revitalize Detroit Neighborhood

DuCharme Place will be first new apartment building in Lafayette Park in decades. More

Milhaus Seizes Expansion Opportunity in Florida
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Milhaus Seizes Expansion Opportunity in Florida

Firm aims to develop, acquire properties in Tampa, St. Pete, and Bonita Springs. More

Scaled-Down Appliances for Small Spaces
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Scaled-Down Appliances for Small Spaces

Haier is capitalizing on decreasing apartment size with small-footprint line. More

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Will Kushners' Government-Backed Loans Pose Conflict of Interest?
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Will Kushners' Government-Backed Loans Pose Conflict of Interest?

More than $500M in such mortgages are financed by Fannie, Freddie. More

Bozzuto Aims to Alleviate D.C.'s Affordable Housing Crisis
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Bozzuto Aims to Alleviate D.C.'s Affordable Housing Crisis

With Union on Queen, the builder explores a new way to maximize affordable housing... More

Multifamily Start Growth Moderates to 3% in 2016
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