Demographics

Older Renters Seek Larger Rental Spaces in Metro Phoenix
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Older Renters Seek Larger Rental Spaces in Metro Phoenix

Developers say they’ve underestimated impact of baby boomers. More

ABODO: The Demographics of Domestic Migration in the Nation’s Major Metros
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ABODO: The Demographics of Domestic Migration in the Nation’s Major Metros

High housing costs are a major factors in a person's decision to move. More

Study Shows Racial Bias at D.C.-Area Properties
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Study Shows Racial Bias at D.C.-Area Properties

Equal Rights Center tests discrimination, screening policies in housing. More

Planning Ahead for Your Aging Residents
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Planning Ahead for Your Aging Residents

As tenants age, their needs and wants change. More

Seniors Housing: Slow and Steady Performance
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Seniors Housing: Slow and Steady Performance

The seniors housing industry remains optimistic in its outlook for steady... More

Divorce Rate Drives Demand for Multifamily Properties
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Divorce Rate Drives Demand for Multifamily Properties

What owners need to know to cater to this growing demographic. More

Walters Homes Group Breaks Ground on Affordable, Senior Housing in NJ
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Walters Homes Group Breaks Ground on Affordable, Senior Housing in NJ

Superstorm Sandy victims will have priority to rent a unit in the Cornerstone at... More

Reluctant Renters: What Baby Boomers Fear, and Desire, in Multifamily Housing
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Reluctant Renters: What Baby Boomers Fear, and Desire, in Multifamily Housing

As more boomers approach the edge of retirement, how can developers entice a... More

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The Best (and Worst) Cities for Urban Migration The Best (and Worst) Cities for Urban Migration

These metros top the lists for urban population growth or decline, according to a report from CBRE Global Investors More

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Ferguson Tragedy Reflects Poverty's Push to the Suburbs

The aftermath of this tragedy has helped shine a spotlight on an issue that many in the housing community grapple with everyday—the continuing shift of poverty from the nation’s inner cities to the suburbs. More

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