Dan Fasulo

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Crowdfunders Work to Minimize Capital Call Risk

The possibility of having to go back to investors for more money remains a challenge to crowdfunding firms, but they contend they can work around that threat. More

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Consolidation Trend Just Getting Started?

As the upturn matures, and the low-hanging fruit of distressed acquisitions disappears, owners are trying to find different ways of adding value to their enterprises, and portfolio buys are one big way of doing so. More

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Eat, Pray, Merge: An Inside Look at the Essex-BRE Deal

A dinner with investors in November may have nudged BRE Properties to join forces with Essex Property Trust. More

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High Time: A Seller's Market?

Jared Kushner hadn’t been running New York–based Kushner Cos. long when he noticed something problematic in early 2007: He could no longer justify buying apartments. More

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Point: Why 2014 Will Be a Seller’s Market

As single-property transactions and cap rates head to near-record levels, interest rates perk up, and inflation fears hover, some industry analysts (and even a few executives) have started to ask themselves—Is now the time to think about selling? More

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Counterpoint: Why 2014 Will Be a Holder's Market

Just because it seems like cap rates can’t go down any farther, and many formerly favorable markets will be flooded with supply, that doesn’t mean everyone wants to sell. More

Can Cap-Rate Compression Continue?

The current pricing environment continues to surprise observers, forcing many multifamily firms to reconsider their investment strategies. But can capitalization rates continue to trend downward? More

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Can Cap-Rate Compression Continue?

The current pricing environment continues to surprise observers, forcing many... More

Investors Bullish on Raleigh-Durham Apartment Market

The Research Triangle has emerged as one of the nation's hottest secondary markets, as cap rates continue to trend down, and more development activity is expected. More

Foreign Investors Increasingly Eye U.S. Multifamily, Despite FIRPTA

Foreign investors have spent about $2 billion so far this year on U.S. apartments, despite a 21-year-old law that imposes stiff tax penalties on cross-border investment in real estate. More

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