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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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  • Student housing near University of Maryland breaks record for largest sale ever

    High-rise building sells for $235 million
    Rockpoint Group and Greystar sold University View, a 1,573-bed student housing high-rise near the University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland for $235 million to an undisclosed buyer, according to CBRE National Student Housing and CBRE Washington D.C. Multifamily, which represented the sellers in the transaction. According to CBRE, the sale is the highest dollar transaction for a single student housing asset in history.
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  • Multifamily investment showing signs of slowing

    CBRE and Real Capital Analytics research shows multifamily investment took a tumble in Q2
    Multifamily investment could be showing signs of slowing down heading into the back half of the year, as investors ease up on their appetite for garden-style properties, according to research from CBRE and Real Capital Analytics.
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  • Cushman & Wakefield files for IPO

    Real estate giant files for IPO, hoping for $1 billion and valuation of $5 billion
    Commercial real estate mega-company Cushman & Wakefield filed for IPO, the next step on its path to ascending to the top rung with CBRE and JLL. Last year, Cushman’s revenue was $6.92 billion. In 2017, CBRE registered $14.2 billion and JLL registered $7.9 billion in revenue.
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  • MBA Tech: What's next for the mortgage industry?

    Leaders of loanDepot, Quicken, PenFed and CBRE share their perspectives
    The companies represented by these executives are some of the most successful in our industry — or any industry. Their companies are diverse in size, scope and client base, but the executives have one thing in common — they see enormous opportunity in their employees and customers. Their vision is not limited to the current products or services that their current employees offer their current customers. In fact, these guys might disrupt more than just the mortgage industry.
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