Aaron Hancock

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6 Ways to Compete With the REITs

Competing with a public REIT can seem impossible. But smaller, more nimble private entrepreneurs can use their size to their advantage. Here are six ways to do just that. More

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As Discounts Wane, Multifamily Firms Move to Development

Many multifamily firms are moving back into development mode as discounts in the acquisition space dry up. But finding the capital to do so can be difficult. More

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As Discounts Wane, Multifamily Firms Move to Development

Many multifamily firms are moving back into development mode as discounts in the acquisition space dry up. But finding the capital to do so can be difficult. More

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Beyond the Core

Increasing your risk tolerance by looking toward secondary and tertiary markets can be a tricky business. Here are six tips to keep in mind. More

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6 Tips For Investing in Secondary, Tertiary Markets

Increasing your risk tolerance by looking toward secondary and tertiary markets can be a tricky business. Here are six tips to keep in mind. More

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Secondary Markets Likely to See More Cap Rate Compression

As more investors increase their risk tolerance and cast a wider net in search of yield, secondary markets could see more cap rate compression this year, despite the rise of the 10-year Treasury. More

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Asset Managers See Competition for New Deals Rise

Earlier this year, the owners of Trellis Square in Sunnyvale, Calif., and Adagio at South Coast in Santa Ana, Calif., sold their properties. In each case, it was difficult. They saw each asset fall out of escrow, and only about 10 bidders competed for each of the deals. More

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