Fracked Up: Energy Markets Grow Fatigued
In the apartment world, you follow the jobs. But the jobs don’t always follow you...
With Oil Prices Down, North Dakota Feels Empty
As the price of oil has skidded to $30 a barrel, new drilling has dried up, and...
Walker & Dunlop Acquires Johnson Capital
Walker & Dunlop announced that it had bought the loan origination and servicing...
Developers Find Great Returns by Following the Energy Sector
The growing niche has spawned a modern gold rush in areas of the country rich in natural gas and oil.
Student Housing Sector Fills Huge, Escalating Need
Fears of oversupply in the privately owned student housing sector may be unfounded as demand has more than kept pace with all the new construction activity.
Williston 2.0: How Do You Measure a Boomtown's Long-Term Demand?
With the demand steadily increasing in small boomtowns, sustainability concerns are brewing and areas are in need of large capacity to bring new product online.
Boomtown Magnetism: Williston's Sudden Housing Demand
As developers follow the energy pipeline, small towns like Williston, N.D. are offering record rents due to the high demand for housing.
Natural-Gas Drilling Fuels Apartment Demand
The need to house energy-industry workers has led some secondary markets to...
Top 10 Multifamily Lenders of 2013
J.P. Morgan Chase & Company tops the list as the largest conventional multifamily lender last year by making more than $15 billion in loans, according to a report released Tuesday.
Banks Battle for Development Deals as LTCs Rise
Competition between banks for construction loans is heating up for the strongest deals, as loan-to-cost ratios inch up to 80 percent.