Jay Hiemenz

The New Baby Boomer Boom
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The New Baby Boomer Boom

Forget about the millennials. With retirements looming, longevity increasing, and... More

NMHC Top 25: Big Developers Get Even Larger
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NMHC Top 25: Big Developers Get Even Larger

High construction costs, tight lending requirements, and uncertain land... More

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Hiemenz, Weston Move Up at Alliance

Two executives at Alliance Residential take on more responsibilities. More

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CFO Strategies Survey Benchmarks Multifamily Industry's Optimism

Multifamily finance professionals are growing increasingly optimistic, budgeting for continued growth in 2012, according to a recent survey conducted by Apartment Finance Today. More

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CFO Strategies Survey Benchmarks Multifamily Industry's Optimism

Multifamily finance professionals are growing increasingly optimistic, budgeting for continued growth in 2012, according to a recent survey conducted by Apartment Finance Today. More

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Construction Debt Market Expands Well Beyond FHA

The FHA is certainly no longer the only game in town as banks and life insurance companies grow increasingly competitive, driving rates down and leverage levels up. More

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Value-Add Deals Resume as Rents Trend Higher

As rent growth resumes in earnest, more developers are starting significant rehabs, fueled by an increasingly healthy market for bridge loans. More

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Investors Bullish on Raleigh-Durham Apartment Market

The Research Triangle has emerged as one of the nation's hottest secondary markets, as cap rates continue to trend down, and more development activity is expected. More

Are the Merchant Builders Back? Q&A with Alliance CFO Jay Hiemenz
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Are the Merchant Builders Back? Q&A with Alliance CFO Jay Hiemenz

Alliance Residential CFO Jay Hiemenz checks in with MFE for an exclusive look at... More

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REITs Stand to Gain From the GSEs' Demise

Unlike smaller owners, the REITs have many financing avenues available to them. And should the GSEs go away, many small owners may be forced to sell, allowing the big to get bigger. More

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