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Jonathan Rose Purchases Forest City's Federally Assisted Housing Portfolio
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Jonathan Rose Purchases Forest City's Federally Assisted Housing Portfolio

Jonathan Rose Companies to purchase 47 communities in nine states and the District... More

Running Scared: The Affordability 'Issue' and Industry Messaging
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Running Scared: The Affordability 'Issue' and Industry Messaging

When we parse the affordability debate for political reasons, we do ourselves, and... More

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Finders Keepers: Resources for Attracting and Retaining Talent

As the face of your company, a great site-level team is critical to leasing activity, and ultimately, net operating income. But many managers still can't crack the code on reducing turnover. More

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NAHB: Positive Outlook Remains on Multifamily Starts

Multifamily developers are still positive about where the industry is headed, albeit a little less so, suggests the most recent indexes released by the National Association of Home Builders. More

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FHFA Asks for Ideas on GSEs' Future, Industry Puzzled

Industry officials and experts respond to the Federal Housing Finance Agency's solicitation for public input on how to reduce the government sponsored enterprises' involvement in the multifamily market. More

Smoke Enders
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Smoke Enders

Residents want smoke-free living, but will the multifamily industry deliver? More

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Will More REITs Begin Going Public?

The National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts (NAREIT) reported data last week that suggests that price returns on apartment REITs between March 2009 and February 2012 increased a whopping 225 percent. More

Renting Gaining in Popularity on Homeownership
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Renting Gaining in Popularity on Homeownership

New multifamily industry data show that consumers are rethinking the prospect of... More

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Quick & Quirky: September 28, 2011

MULTIFAMILY EXECUTIVE Senior Editor Chris Wood rounds up interesting and intriguing news tidbits. This week: libation liability, eco-pest control, and an attack of the multifamily money launderers. More

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Confidence in Rental Market On Display at National Apartment Association Show

Exuberance about the outlook for the apartment market pervaded the atmosphere at the National Apartment Association this week. The 72nd annual conference and expo, held at the Mandalay Bay, in Vegas boasted its highest attendance in years, up more than 30 percent from the previous year, according to NAA committee members. More

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