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Too Much? April’s Multifamily Permit Numbers Hit Historical Highs

Though multifamily starts rose almost 40 percent in April and permits approached historical high, many observers still appear unconcerned about over development. More

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Micro Units Break Into New Settings Micro Units Break Into New Settings

JHP Architecture and developers Lang Partners and The Beach Co. push the boundaries of the micro-unit trend beyond high-rises, flats, and the urban core into bold new territory: townhomes, retail parcels, and the suburbs. More

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The Top 10 Markets for Millennials

Go west, young man: Gen Y is expected to have the biggest impact on western markets, according to the latest Millennial report from demographic research firm Nielsen. More

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Video: Industry Forecasts Revert to the Norm, But Still Strong

The future of the multifamily industry is still looking bright, even as demand starts to wane, according to a recent NMHC forum and the attendees of a recent MFE conference More

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Analysis: Top Developers Pump Up Their Pipelines

Move over Greystar: Alliance Residential has claimed the top spot on this year's Top 25 Developers list after starting 5,200 units in 2013, a 16 percent increase from 2012. More

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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. More

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Bigger is Better For This Year's Top 50 Managers

The largest companies are at the top, and growing, for a reason: In the dog-eat-dog third-party ­management space, bigger is often better. More

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How to Increase Resident Satisfaction, Organically

Dallas-based LumaCorp is big on sincere customer service, meaning it won't incentivize its tenants to leave positive reviews: and yet, it's one of the most well-reviewed companies in the nation. More

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Top 10 Apartment Boomtowns

SpareFoot, a company specializing in self-storage solutions through an online marketplace, compiled a list of healthy apartment markets where demand and growth are booming. More

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MFE Question: Will Soaring Labor and Materials Prices Affect 2014's Pipeline?

Over the last year, the costs of labor and materials (not to mention land) has gone up significantly, creating difficulties for developers to come in on time and on budget. We asked three industry veterans on what effect labor and material costs will have on the pipeline this year. More

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