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  • New study shows NIMBYism is the biggest multifamily construction barrier

    National Apartment Association releases new report on apartment construction barriers
    According to a new study, NIMBYism is standing in the way of more affordable apartment construction across the U.S. As rents continue to rise, a new study from the National Apartment Association analyzed the factors in 29 major metros that make multifamily apartment construction more difficult to achieve nationwide.
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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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  • MBA, NMHC, others call on CFPB to change multifamily HMDA rules

    Want exemption from HMDA reporting for business-to-business loans
    The Mortgage Bankers Association, the National Multifamily Housing Council, and several other prominent trade groups are calling on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to change the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act rules for multifamily lending. The groups want the CFPB to completely exempt multifamily business-to-business lending from HMDA reporting requirements.
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  • Majority of Renters Have No Plans to Purchase a Home: Survey

    Origination volume for new mortgages may take awhile to rebound, if the nation's renters have any say in the matter. The vast majority of renters say they will not make the move to buy their own home in the next year, as consumer confidence in the state of the U.S. housing market has hit historical low point, a new study found Wednesday.
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