Louisville-Jefferson County, KY-IN

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Perfect Strangers: Builders Collaborate to Create Louisville Lux

Two companies find common ground in Louisville and create a high-end luxury communtiy with rents well above average. More

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MAA and Colonial: A Tale of Two REITs

While these neighborly REITs began life with similar footprints and trajectories, they took very different paths in the years ahead. And today, one owns the other, combining to form the industry’s second-largest REIT, eclipsed only by Equity Residential. More

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Top 10 Budget-Friendly Metros

In cross-referencing its internal rental data with Cost of Living Index scores, Apartment Guide zeros-in on the top budget-conscious metros for renters. More

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Deal Buzz: Steadfast Income REIT Surpasses the $1 Billion Mark

Steadfast Income REIT acquires two properties to bring their portfolio value up to more than $1 billion. More

Under-the-Radar Construction Markets

AS RENTAL MARKETS turn in many areas of the country, some smaller markets actually look ripe for new development. More

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Three Under-the-Radar Construction Markets

As the rental markets turns in many areas of the country, some small markets actually look ripe for new development. In search for that, we contacted New York-based Reis. The firm culled its apartment sector database for metros that have experienced low supply growth relative to the metros’ historical long-term averages. Here is a look at those three markets it says could be fertile for growth: More

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Four Communities to Receive Federal Help to Reduce Sprawl

Government agencies will help Louisville, Ky.; Montgomery County, Md.; Las Cruces, N.M.; and California create more sustainable land-use and transportation patterns. More

Southeast At-A-Glance

Even with slowing job growth and rising inventories, Louisville apartment owners will see modest rent gains this year, as effective rents advance 2.7 percent to $614 per month, according to a report from market researcher Marcus & Millichap. More

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Off to the Races: The Louisville and Lexington Multifamily Markets

Rental markets in two Kentucky cities surge ahead and find success. More

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