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Gen-Y Demographic Could Quickly Vacate Apartments for Homeownership

Robust employment improvements and family-creation could cycle the Gen-Y... More

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Homeownership Rate

In the past few years, much ink has been spilled about the ­homeownership rate.... More

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Apartment Owners Look For Record Rents in 2011

Concession burn off and full occupancy position landlords to aggressively push rents in 2011. More

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Fannie and Freddie Raise Fees for Borrowers

Even a great credit rating won’t exempt most home buyers from Fannie Mae’s and Freddie Mac’s updated risk fees. More

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NAHB’s David Crowe: Rental Outlook Solid, if Consumer Confidence Holds Up

The National Association of Homebuilders' chief economist David Crowe says the association's surveys point to interesting trends in the multifamily sector. Crowe sat down with Multifamily Executive to talk about what he's seeing. More

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Existing Home Sales End 2010 With a Bang

A 12% spike in December's sales rate over November was the fifth monthly increase in the previous six months. More

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Burning Questions for the Next Decade

The answers to these tough questions will shape the home building industry's future. More

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Forecasters Hedge Bets on Improvements in Housing Market for 2011

Job growth will be key to spurring buyer demand. More

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Luxury Houston Apartment Project is Largest Yet to Win National Green Building Standard Certification

The Voyager at Space Center—a 313-unit luxury apartment community within walking distance of the Johnson Space Center in Houston—recently became the largest project certified by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Research Center under the ANSI-certified National Green Building Standard. More

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Construction Industry Braces for a Painful Year

Multifamily housing starts plummeted again in December 2009, but a rise in permits that same month just might point to an early recovery. While starts dropped from 7,600 units in November to 7,500 units in December, multifamily permits jumped 20.8 percent in December to 145,000 units, according to data released by the U.S. Commerce Department. More

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