Items Tagged with 'Multifamily investors'

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  • CBRE: Here’s where multifamily investors should be putting their money in 2019

    Why workforce housing will outperform the rest of the market
    While most of the market attention tends to be focused on Class A multifamily buildings, new research from CBRE suggests that there is another class of multifamily housing that represents a much larger opportunity for investors – workforce housing. And going into 2019, market conditions are positioning workforce housing for continued return on investment.
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  • Europe’s Round Hill Capital partnering with Cortland to invest in U.S. multifamily housing

    First acquisition made in suburban Atlanta
    In what’s becoming far more commonplace these days, another international investor is planning to buy into the U.S. multifamily market. Round Hill Capital, a Europe-based real estate investment, development and asset management firm, is partnering with Cortland to invest in the U.S. multifamily market.
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  • Real estate crowdfunding startup RealtyShares hits hard times, halts new investments

    Company unable to secure new operating capital to continue growth
    Everything was going swimmingly for RealtyShares just over a year ago. The real estate crowdfunding startup had just purchased one of its biggest rivals, Acquire Real Estate, and had plans to grow its investment in commercial and multifamily real estate. But now, RealtyShares has fallen on hard times and will be laying off much of its staff and stop accepting new investments on its platform.
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  • Here are 4 "buy" cities for multifamily investment

    These four cities are heating up and offer great upside for investors buying into the market
    Scouring the nation for your next cash cow multifamily acquisition? Look no further than these four underrated cities RealPage says have great upside. Things are a little too competitive for to be profitable for many investors in the primary markets. RealPage’s picks are not the sexiest markets, but their fundamentals are solid and their growth potential make them worthy candidates for investment.
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  • Singapore real estate giant CapitaLand enters U.S. multifamily with $835 million acquisition

    Buying 16 Class-B properties in Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles, and Denver
    With rents continuing to rise with little sign of slowing, multifamily real estate in the U.S. is beginning to draw some serious international investor interest, as one of Asia’s largest real estate companies is planning a U.S. invasion of its own. Singapore’s CapitaLand announced Tuesday that it is entering the U.S. multifamily market with an $835 million acquisition of 16 apartment communities in Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles, and Denver.
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  • Mesirow Financial raises $567 million to invest in value-add multifamily properties

    Just closed funding for its value-add fund and is positioned to acquire $1.6 billion in assets
    Mesirow Financial raised $567 million in equity from a global pool of institutional investors for its value-add fund. According to its release, the closing of this fund (Mesirow Financial Real Estate Value Fund III) positions the firm to acquire more than $1.6 billion in real estate assets.
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  • Aussie invasion? Two Australian financial giants plan to build $2 billion U.S. multifamily portfolio

    U.S. multifamily's strong performance is attracting new foreign investment
    U.S. multifamily has had the favor of U.S. investors for quite some time, but it seems tales of its boons have stretched to the land down under. Australian companies Lendlease and First State Super are teaming up to invest some serious capital in U.S. multifamily assets.
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  • Inside the scandal that could explode multifamily real estate

    WSJ reports on massive multifamily mortgage fraud investigation
    Everything is going swimmingly in multifamily real estate these days, right? Rents keep rising, construction is still chugging along, deals are being made, and delinquencies are still at historic lows. So everything’s good, right? Maybe not. It appears there could a deep, dark secret at the core of multifamily lending. Fake residents, fake incomes, and inflated mortgages. Sound familiar?
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  • Follow the money: Inside an emerging trend that could bring relief to home prices

    Shift to commercial investment could be solution to tension in single-family housing
    Home prices have been appreciating rapidly as the housing shortage and other economic factors keep upward pressure on the median price point in the U.S. The trend looks nigh invincible as a strong economy and rising interest rates cement it into place. But, what if there was a developing trend that could ease that pressure?
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