Multifamily Trends

NAA: Multifamily Cycle Expected to Peak in 2017
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NAA: Multifamily Cycle Expected to Peak in 2017

NAA’s Paula Munger predicts construction will begin to slow in 2018. More

9 Space-Saving Products for Small Units
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9 Space-Saving Products for Small Units

These built-in appliances and storage solutions maximize function with a minimal... More

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Detroit Is a Test Case for the Durability of Luxury Urban Living
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Detroit Is a Test Case for the Durability of Luxury Urban Living

The downtown luxury-living movement, which has transformed cities across the U.S.,... More

Strengthening Economy Encourages Various Development Trends
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Strengthening Economy Encourages Various Development Trends

These four projects span price points and regions of the country, each targeting a... More

More People Are Working From Home
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More People Are Working From Home

More people are using the home office deduction. More

The How and Why of the Manhattan Multifamily Market Slowdown
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The How and Why of the Manhattan Multifamily Market Slowdown

Last year’s $5.3B Stuyvesant megadeal, expiration of 421a, account for some of... More

Freddie Mac: Oversupply Won't Be Threat in 2017
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Freddie Mac: Oversupply Won't Be Threat in 2017

New supply merely expected to moderate market growth, rent increases in coming year. More

2017 MFE Awards Program Is Now Open for Entries
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2017 MFE Awards Program Is Now Open for Entries

The 16th Annual Multifamily Executive Awards are accepting submissions for the... More

An Amenity Space Aimed at Renewals
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An Amenity Space Aimed at Renewals

ICRAVE's creative amenity rooms target various demographics at Manhattan development. More

3 Takeaways From the NMHC Apartment Strategies Conference
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3 Takeaways From the NMHC Apartment Strategies Conference

The first day in San Diego covers all major issues. More

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