David Crowe

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NAHB Offers Reasons for Optimism About Housing’s Full Recovery

But it will take more than two years to achieve, and not without navigating some road bumps. More

Market Remains Strong, Still Slow to Fully Recover

Anemic job growth and wage increases have hindered stronger rent growth across the country. More

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Party Like It's 2005

The recently released NAHB Multifamily Production Index says that multifamily builders have reached 2005 levels of optimisim. Do you share that sentiment? More

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NAHB Sees Multifamily Starts Rising

The National Association of Home Builder’s (NAHB) Spring Construction Forecast showed that multifamily starts are projected to continue at a healthy pace as expected. 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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55+ Demographic to Dominate U.S. Households by 2020

How apartment firms can cash in on the baby boomer demographic. 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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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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Economists Offer Restrained Projections For 2010

NAHB’s David Crowe: ‘The builders who are here are the survivors.’ More

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Multifamily Rent Recovery Predicted to be Slow

NAHB says multifamily rent recovery will be a slow, lengthy process. More

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