Items Tagged with 'Multifamily construction'

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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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  • Skender: How to build better cheaper

    Construction firm, Skender, releases 101 tips to cut the rising costs of construction
    Rising construction costs have put a strain on housing affordability in the U.S. To help mitigate these costs, Skender, a full-service construction company, put together 101 best practices for quality construction on the cheap.
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  • In the pipeline: These 4 construction conditions are cementing multifamily industry trends

    Four factors in the construction industry are undergirding an expensive multifamily market
    All signs point to continued stability in the multifamily market down to the last board in the frame as construction conditions prop up rising prices in the multifamily space. Here's an in-depth look at the four factors that are driving the construction (or lack thereof) of multifamily housing.
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  • An inside look at HousingWire’s multifamily expansion

    Coverage focuses on lending and real estate trends impacting owners, builders, investors
    HousingWire announced its expansion into multifamily real estate and lending coverage in April. Today, CEO Clayton Collins leads an interview with Editor Ben Lane to dive deep into HousingWire's multifamily coverage model.
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  • Dodge Analytics: Residential construction starts fell 9% in April

    Multifamily dips 7% YoY, single-family rises 7%YoY
    Residential construction starts faltered in April as did the rest of the construction sectors, according to a report by Dodge Data & Analytics. The report showed that residential construction starts, both single-family and multifamily, totaled 303.8 billion, a 9% decrease from March. Multifamily dropped by 20%, which signaled the second declining month in a row.
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  • In the pipeline: Navigating this multifamily sellers' market

    Settle in for a long, slow climb as multifamily housing takes center stage
    The multifamily market is in on hold as far new starts go with the exception of an odd permitting blip registered over the course of March, in which permit numbers spiked by 19%. That aside, researchers are predicting a slowdown in new construction starts as the market is full-up on Class-A product, and construction costs don’t allow for them to build Class-B product.
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  • Report: Multifamily rents on the rise

    Yardi-Matrix's monthly report shows strong rent growth and dipping occupancy
    U.S. multifamily rents climbed $4 in April, moving from $1,373 to $1,377, according to a survey of 121 markets by Yardi-Matrix. More than just the typical seasonal bump in spring and summer, the growth reflects a 2.4% year-over-year gain, which is the highest since last spring.
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