September 2012 Table of Contents

Apartment Finance Now—The Smartest Money’s Looking for the Next Opportunity to Move Aggressively Early Apartment Finance Now—The Smartest Money’s Looking for the Next Opportunity to Move Aggressively Early

When it comes to fronting capital to meet the nation's swelling demand for multifamily housing, investor and lender money isn't as smart as it wants to think it is. Nor is the clout of policymakers. We look at the odds for and against big-league capital moving into secondary and tertiary apartment markets and challenge project sponsors to develop work-arounds. Read more

Upping the Ante Upping the Ante

While the face of a company is often its CEO or president, the person steering all the financial transactions they keep a company afloat is the behind-the-scenes mastermind. Read more

Doubling Down

For better or for worse, our nation's capital provides a bellwether for our industry, in a couple of ways. Read more

In the Balance In the Balance

The people who occupy the White House and Congress next year will encounter a host of issues critical to the apartment industry, from GSE reform to CMBS regulation. Question is, will they act or merely punt once more? Read more

Foreign Legions Foreign Legions

Foreign investments in U.S. multifamily assets are increasing in frequency, especially from our neighbors to the North. Read more

Get Ready for a Shift in Dynamics Get Ready for a Shift in Dynamics

There's no doubt about it: The apartment market remains robust Read more

Policy Watch Policy Watch

As we enter another heated election season, perhaps no single issue touches as many multifamily players as housing finance reform. Read more

Capital Fever Capital Fever

As the election nears, uncertainty appears to be the prevailing buzzword in the Washington, D.C., apartment market. But the metro’s long-term projections look bright. Read more

High Tide High Tide

The Hampton Roads market, like D.C. to its North, boasts historic sites, a heavy public- and private-employer presence, and strong apartment fundamentals. Read more

The Dorm Storm The Dorm Storm

Student housing has come of age, as more universities outsource their beds to the private sector. Read more

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