Camden Posts Revenue Decline in Houston Amid Oil Slump
Houston-based apartment firm's strong second quarter weighed own by oil slump in its own backyard.
Bascom Bets Big, Camden Cashes In, on Sin City
The $630 million deal sees Camden leave, and Bascom dominate, Vegas.
Has D.C. Bottomed Out Yet?
Some REITs and analysts saw improvement in supply-soaked D.C. in 2014. But others...
REITs See Move-Outs to Homeownership Drop in 4Q
While there are signs of life in the entry-level home buyer segment, REITs are...
Putting on the Ritz: How to Stand Out in the Class A Sector
As renter expectations grow ever more sophisticated, high-end product continues to evolve to sate demand, and B and C properties reap the collateral rewards.
Camden's Off to Good 2012 Start, Will Keep Pushing Rents
When reporting its first quarter 2012 earnings on Friday, Houston-based Camden Property Trust said that renter nation has led it to a great start in 2012. Camden saw its best quarterly same property net operating income (NOI) growth rate in the past 15 years. And same property NOI for the company’s 47,724 units increased 9.6 percent from the first quarter of 2011.
Apartment Owners Look For Record Rents in 2011
Concession burn off and full occupancy position landlords to aggressively push rents in 2011.
2010 Best-Performing Cities
For a second consecutive year, Texas dominates Milken Institute’s Best-Performing...
While newspapers and magazines have been marveling at historically low mortgage...