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  • These are the most affordable rental markets

    Majority of top affordable metros located in inland markets
    A new report by Zillow reveals the country’s most affordable rental markets, measuring affordability by the amount of income that renters need to set aside for monthly payments. According to the company's research, these are the five most affordable rental markets.
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  • Fannie Mae reveals the top multifamily lenders of 2018

    Which company tops Fannie Mae’s list?
    Earlier this month, Freddie Mac revealed the top 10 lenders that led its multifamily business in 2018. CBRE topped Freddie Mac’s list, with Berkadia and HFF coming in second and third, respectively. But what about the multifamily lenders that do business with Fannie Mae instead? Which lenders did the most business with Fannie Mae last year? Well, we’re glad you asked, because this week, Fannie Mae revealed its top 10 lenders of 2018.
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  • Here’s what rents did in all 50 states in 2018

    Which states rose and which fell? Here’s your answer
    As we’ve now officially crossed over to 2019, we can take a full look back at what happened in the multifamily industry in the year that just passed. A recent report showed U.S. renters paid a record $504.4 billion in rent in 2018. But what did rents do on a state-by-state basis? And what about on an apartment-type basis? Here are your answers.
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  • Juniper Square raises $25 million to help make it easier to invest in real estate

    Software company connects investment firms to outside capital
    Juniper Square, a technology company that helps connect investment firms with private capital to be used to invest in real estate, announced this week that it raised $25 million to help grow its business. “Our mission is to transform the world’s private capital markets through software,” said Alex Robinson, Juniper Square’s CEO and co-founder.
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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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  • Yardi: Multifamily rent growth shows no signs of tiring

    Market conditions are still solidly on the side of rent growth despite continued deliveries
    Rents are still on their way up nationwide. The industry just posted the seventh consecutive month with an all-time high average rent. Here's a look at the latest nationwide rent data. Plus, a glimpse of where rents will rise the most for the rest of the year.
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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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