Items Tagged with 'Multifamily construction'

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  • The Green Bay Packers want all the Millennials to live next door

    Team is making a play for Millennials with a mixed-use development across from Lambeau Field
    The Green Bay Packers are building more than 200 housing units, 150 of them for rent and 90 for sale, right across from Lambeau Field. According to a report from Bloomberg by Justina Vasquez and Patrick Clark, this residential project is phase two of the Packers mixed-use real estate bid for Millennial’s interest, Titletown.
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  • Zillow: The rent growth fever just broke

    For the first time in six years, year-over-year rent growth is flat
    The rent growth fever may have just broken. For the first time in six years, year-over-year rent growth is flat. According to a new report from Zillow, the national median rent in August came in at $1,440, unchanged from a year ago. This is the sixth consecutive month of slowing rent growth and month 27 of sub-3% annual growth.
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  • Is the U.S. rental market tilted against low-income renters?

    A panel of experts explores the issue in a roundtable conversation at Wharton School
    Is the U.S. rental market helping to increase inequality? More and more, Americans are turning to renting out of necessity, as the first rung of the property ladder is pulled farther and farther from the ground. But now, thanks to the gargantuan demand for rental units, even finding a rental dwelling is becoming less and less affordable for low-income earners.
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  • NIMBYism is depressing multifamily developers

    “Not In My Backyard” is keeping some developers from building
    Multifamily developers’ confidence in the health of the market fell over the last few months, thanks to a combination of factors, including the threat of rising construction costs due to tariffs and NIMBYism standing in the way of new multifamily developments getting off the ground.
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  • Even tariffs might not slow multifamily construction

    Multifamily construction doesn't seem ready to wind down despite rising costs...yet
    There are few things that make multifamily developers nervous quite like overbuilding, and right now, despite significant increases in cost, multifamily construction is still chugging along a little faster than most multifamily pros seem to think it should be. What gives?
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  • NAA: Multifamily parking ratios lowest since 1960s

    Impending autonomous cars, ride-sharing, affordability, legislation are pushing parking ratios down
    Parking ratios for multifamily properties are falling in most metros thanks to urbanization and changing attitudes toward car ownership. According to a study from the National Apartment Association, over the last decade, the average parking ratio per unit dropped to 1.46, the lowest it has been since the 1960s.
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  • Same rent, different day: Multifamily mighty at midway point in 2018

    Freddie Mac predicts strength in the multifamily market with moderate corrections to continue
    It looks the multifamily housing market is going to continue its strong performance with continued gradual correction, according to Freddie Mac, which just released its mid-year multifamily outlook. Same rent, different day. Rent growth remains healthy at the national level as continued demand keeps multifamily afloat.
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  • WhyHotel and the changing nature of short-term rentals

    WhyHotel Co-founder and CEO Jason Fudin dishes on the future of CRE and why WhyHotel is here to stay
    Alternative hospitality startup WhyHotel Co-Founder and CEO Jason Fudin spoke with HousingWire and gave us an inside look at his company, strategy and what’s on the horizon for the young company.
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