Millennials

5 Multifamily Design Trends That Fuse Form and Function
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5 Multifamily Design Trends That Fuse Form and Function

Interior designer recommends durable, flexible, connected common spaces. More

SmartStop Expands Into Residential Real Estate With The Summit
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SmartStop Expands Into Residential Real Estate With The Summit

Self-storage owner moves into multifamily housing with the $70M purchase of a 186-... More

Jonathan Holtzman’s City Club Blends Hotel-Level Amenities Into Luxury Apartment Living
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Jonathan Holtzman’s City Club Blends Hotel-Level Amenities Into Luxury Apartment Living

The former Village Green CEO’s new multifamily brand has $500 million under... More

TransUnion Finds Post-Recession Renters Are Lower Risk, More Credit Active
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TransUnion Finds Post-Recession Renters Are Lower Risk, More Credit Active

Nearly 39% of 2015's renters had a credit score above 660. 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

The Rise of the Urban ‘Lifestyle Community’
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The Rise of the Urban ‘Lifestyle Community’

In metros nationwide, multifamily developments are catering to resident demand for... More

Homeownership Rate Still Has Room to Bottom Out
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Homeownership Rate Still Has Room to Bottom Out

Data suggest it will increase again—but not to pre-recession highs. More

Micro-Units Make Mark in D.C.
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Micro-Units Make Mark in D.C.

Harper and Moda 17 offer luxury units under 500 square feet. More

Multiple Advantages Draw Chicago Developer to Wisconsin College Town
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Multiple Advantages Draw Chicago Developer to Wisconsin College Town

Lack of housing, new zoning laws compel CA Ventures to build mid-rise for various... More

ABODO: Swing-State Rents on the Rise
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ABODO: Swing-State Rents on the Rise

Three cities in politically split states lead the list. More

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