Apartment Realty Advisors

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Uncertainty Surrounds ARA in the Wake of Sales Rumors

As rumors surround a possible ARA sales, a number of the firm's associates have left over the last couple of months. More

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The Smart Money Likes Value-Add Deals The Smart Money Likes Value-Add Deals

If you have designs on buying that aging B property to renovate it to aB-plus, there’s some good news. Lenders want your business. More

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1Q Apartment Deal Volume Falls, But With a Big Caveat

The first quarter drop in apartment sales looks alarming. But dig deeper and you'll see the market remains quite healthy. More

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Taper Caper: Where Interest Rates are Heading for Multifamily Borrowers

As the Federal Reserve tapers its rate-lowering bond purchases, what movement should borrowers expect ahead in the benchmark 10-year Treasury yield—and in turn long-term mortgage rates? More

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Cap Rate Outlook: Inflation vs. Investor Demand

Cap rates often rise when interest rates rise, but that may not be the case in many markets in 2014. More

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Phoenix and Vegas: Where Are They Now?

Throughout the downturn, Phoenix and Las Vegas were linked together as poster children for distress, but Phoenix has pulled itself up by the bootstraps. More

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Phoenix and Vegas: Where Are They Now?

Throughout the downturn, Phoenix and Las Vegas were linked together as poster children for distress, but Phoenix has pulled itself up by the bootstraps. More

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Healthiest Housing Markets for 2011 Healthiest Housing Markets for 2011

The BUILDER Market Health Index points to much better prospects for 2011. More

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Transaction Slowdown Provides Impetus for Broker Shuffle

In 2009, the multifamily sector saw historically low transaction. This year, things have been better, but are still bad. As the sales pace ground to a halt in most markets around the country, those people marketing and selling the apartments had nothing to do other than change jobs. More

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Bigger Assets, Bigger Buyers Enter the Distress Fray

Investors that have hoarded cash for much of 2009 are starting to realize that discounts won't be as jaw-dropping as they once believed and are starting to engage the market. More

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