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  • Faith in multifamily still strong despite month-over-month drop in permits

    Confidence in long-term fundamentals remains strong
    According to U.S. Census and HUD data, multifamily permits dropped 8.7% from April to May, and though that may sound like a significant drop, experts say the multifamily train is still rolling and that the nation is on track to complete 350,000 plus units by year’s end. And that's a good thing.
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  • In the pipeline: Only one thing can stop multifamily's march

    Demographics, economics, momentum are all in favor of multifamily performance
    Everything is going multifamily's way. Demographics, economics and all of the momentum rest squarely in the asset class' corner. There is but one thing that could change that, and it is unlikely that it will, so investors are all in on the continued stability of the multifamily market.
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  • Former NFL kicker to invest $25M in Cincinnati apartments

    Doug Pelfrey, former Cincinnati Bengal, is making value-add investments in the Cincinnati area
    Doug Pelfrey, one of the Cincinnati Bengals’ all-time leading scorers, is going to invest over $25 million in multifamily housing across the Cincinnati metro, according to the Cincinnati Business Courier. His company, Blue Tide Partners will be purchasing and revamping a nine-property portfolio in the Greater Cincinnati area.
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  • MBA: Delinquencies remain at rock bottom for commercial/multifamily loans

    New report shows that delinquencies remain near 0% for five major investor types
    Delinquency rates for commercial and multifamily mortgage loans remain about as low as they can get, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Commercial/Multifamily Delinquency Report. Five of the major investor types have delinquency rates hovering near 0%.
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  • How much are government regulations costing multifamily developers? Hint: A lot

    New study shows the impact of regulations on the multifamily industry
    Despite the Trump administration's ongoing regulatory rollback, government regulations still make up a healthy chunk of the cost of multifamily building, according to a newly released study from the National Association of Home Builders and the National Multifamily Housing Council. How much exactly? Well, you'll have to click to find out.
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  • In the pipeline: Tapping the small veins

    Lenders are mobilizing to serve a growing class of investors that banks turn away
    Facing credit regulations stemming from 2008's financial crisis, banks are turning away a growing class of investors and new lenders are cropping up at the national level to tap underserved demand from individuals looking to break into the single-family rental and multifamily investment space.
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  • Buckingham Partners debuts first multifamily fund at $175 million

    The Buckingham Companies affiliate will seek value-add investments in secondary markets
    Buckingham Partners, an affiliate of Buckingham Companies, closed its first multifamily fund, Buckingham Multifamily Fund I. The fund totals $175 million and will target value-add investments in fast-growing secondary markets in the Midwest and Southeast U.S.
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  • Report: Millennials not moving out of mom's basement

    The number of Millennials living with their mothers is on the rise
    A new report from Zillow reveals that more Millennials live with their mothers now than at any other time in the last decade. In 2005, 13.5% of adults age 24 to 36 lived with their moms. That number now is up around 25% now, which means about 12 million Millennials reside in casa de madre.
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