Midwest Snips

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Among Commercial Sectors, Investors Still Favor Multifamily

Even as interest in other commercial sectors start to gain momentum, investors still see growth potential in multifamily. More

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Transactions in Tertiary Markets Jump in July

Tertiary markets grew more than 30 percent in a strong July for apartment sales. More

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Job Growth, Single-family Sluggishness Drive REIT Performance
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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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New Year Demands New Investment Strategies

The approaches to multifamily investment that worked coming out of the recession are no longer a sure thing. More

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Beyond the Sexy Six: The Hottest Secondary Markets for Multifamily Investment

Of the Top 10 markets with the most cap-rate compression last year, five were in the Midwest. A peek inside the numbers shows which secondary markets are primed for big years in 2012. More

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Beyond the Sexy Six: The Hottest Secondary Markets for Multifamily Investment

Of the Top 10 markets with the most cap-rate compression last year, five were in the Midwest. A peek inside the numbers shows which secondary markets are primed for big years in 2012. More

Indy-pendent Streak
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Indy-pendent Streak

Indianapolis is already home to the Indy 500, but with the city now poised to host... More

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Alliance Residential Heads to Windy City

Alliance Residential has opened a new office in Chicago, marking the Phoenix-based firm’s entrance into the Midwest. More

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Midwest At-A-Glance

Twin Cities cool off. After three years of limited construction, the Minneapolis-St. More

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