Multifamily Starts

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Supply Surge: Multifamily Permits Jump 23.6% in July

As permits rose again in July, analysts remained confident in the long-term health of the apartment market More

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Too Much? April’s Multifamily Permit Numbers Hit Historical Highs

Though multifamily starts rose almost 40 percent in April and permits approached historical high, many observers still appear unconcerned about over development. More

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A Sneak Peek at 2014's Biggest Developers

No developer has started more than 10,000 units since the height of the last boom, in 2007. That doesn't look like it will change in 2014. More

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Cap-Rate Gap Between Older, Newer Properties Starts to Narrow Cap-Rate Gap Between Older, Newer Properties Starts to Narrow

Older property cap rates remain on a downward trend, suggesting sustained interest in ready-to-renovate properties, while newer asset cap rates are leveling off, suggesting a possible concern that recent deliveries could be more strongly affected by the growing supply wave. More

2014 Multifamily Executive Leadership Summit: Trending Topics & Executive Opinions
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2014 Multifamily Executive Leadership Summit: Trending Topics & Executive Opinions

Some of the industry’s best and brightest executives discuss trending topics from... More

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Freddie Mac Releases Annual Multifamily Outlook

While the amount of new supply coming this year is a concern, particularly in the Washington, D.C. area, rent and occupancy growth should continue, albeit at a slower pace than last year, according to Freddie Mac. More

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Freddie Mac Releases Annual Multifamily Outlook

While the amount of new supply coming this year is a concern, particularly in the Washington, D.C. area, rent and occupancy growth should continue, albeit at a slower pace than last year, according to Freddie Mac. More

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Rental Infrastructure: Lack of Units May Cause a Gen Y Brain Drain

Though the production of rental units is integral to a city's growth, many communities, namely single-family strongholds, are still staunchly against multifamily projects. But the lack of rental units across states like Massachusetts is starting to cause something of a brain drain among the Gen Y crowd. 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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Top Execs: What is the Biggest Threat to Multifamily's Momentum?

Four of the industry's top execs—Cindy Clare, Rick Graf, Ed Pettinella, and Walt Smith—chime in on what they see as the biggest obstacles standing in the way of the multifamily industry's momentum. More

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