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Multifamily Starts Show Strength in July
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Multifamily Starts Show Strength in July

Census Bureau, HUD data show increase of 5% month over month. More

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NAHB: Positive Outlook Remains on Multifamily Starts

Multifamily developers are still positive about where the industry is headed, albeit a little less so, suggests the most recent indexes released by the National Association of Home Builders. More

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Do Renters Really Care if Their Building Is Green?

Many owners and managers aren't convinced that renters will pay more for green features, though surveys say they will. More

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Market Remains Strong, Still Slow to Fully Recover

Anemic job growth and wage increases have hindered stronger rent growth across the country. More

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Green Power to the People Green Power to the People

No longer just high-end ticket items, sustainable strategies are cropping up in affordable multifamily projects. More

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Moody’s 2012 Multifamily Construction Predictions 'Overly Optimistic,' NAHB says.

Moody's predicts 310,000 apartments and townhomes starts in 2012. Is it too much? A lot of people say so. More

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Multifamily Industry Needs a Strong Voice in Policy Making Multifamily Industry Needs a Strong Voice in Policy Making

NAHB's chairman explains why, with the uncertainty surrounding tax reform and housing finance, the multifamily sector must guard its interests at all levels of government. More

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Apartment Owners Look For Record Rents in 2011 Apartment Owners Look For Record Rents in 2011

Concession burn off and full occupancy position landlords to aggressively push rents in 2011. More

55+ Demographic to Dominate U.S. Households by 2020
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55+ Demographic to Dominate U.S. Households by 2020

How apartment firms can cash in on the baby boomer demographic. More

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NAHB's Chairman Is Committed to Helping Members Jumpstart Their Businesses NAHB's Chairman Is Committed to Helping Members Jumpstart Their Businesses

Robert Nielsen believes his past roles as teacher and coach will serve him well to move builders and regulators in the right direction. More

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