Items Tagged with 'multifamily news'

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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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  • 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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  • Massive multifamily trade groups take on Airbnb

    NMHC and NAA go to bat for the right of owners and operators to restrict short-term rental activity
    The Nation Multifamily Housing Council and the National Apartment Association are going to bat for the multifamily industry in court. The two organizations filed a brief backing apartment developer Aimco's appeal to overturn a California court's decision immunizing Airbnb from responsibility for the actions of its users who rent out their multifamily units.
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  • Fannie Mae experts: How to address rising rents for moderate income households

    Bob Simpson and Tanya Zahalak on helping middle income renters afford their rent
    [Expert commentary] There should be a surplus of available units for for middle income renters, so why do rents keep rising? It's complicated. And what are we supposed to do about it? That's complicated too. Here's a look an exclusive look at some solutions to these issues from experts at Fannie Mae.
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  • How to survive the inevitable ups and downs in multifamily

    Use data to fight the booms and busts
    [Expert commentary] Markets, including the U.S. housing economy, aren’t always rational. No matter how many booms and busts markets endure, there is always a temptation to think “this time, it’s different. This time, the value of my property may continue to increase another quarter or another year.” So, how do you deal with the ebbs and flows?
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