Items Tagged with 'Multifamily building'

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  • The Green Bay Packers want all the Millennials to live next door

    Team is making a play for Millennials with a mixed-use development across from Lambeau Field
    The Green Bay Packers are building more than 200 housing units, 150 of them for rent and 90 for sale, right across from Lambeau Field. According to a report from Bloomberg by Justina Vasquez and Patrick Clark, this residential project is phase two of the Packers mixed-use real estate bid for Millennial’s interest, Titletown.
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  • Foul play in multifamily? Southstar accuses Hines of offloading property with serious hidden defects

    Property was condemned and residents were evacuated
    Southstar Capital Group accused Hines of pulling the wool over its eyes in the $67 million sale of 306-unit luxury apartment complex near Disney World. According to Southstar, Hines willfully hid significant defects on the Aviva at Celebration complex. The two-year old property was allegedly so riddled with defects that it was condemned and its residents were forced to evacuate.
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  • Employers eager to hire are waiving requirements; will the housing market see a boost?

    Employers are abandoning traditional requirements for applicants; will the housing market see an uptick as a result?
    According to the Wall Street Journal, the percentage of jobs asking for a college degree fell from 32% to 30% in the first half of this year. Even more significant has been the drop in experience requirements for entry-level jobs, which dropped from 29% in 2012 to 23% now. With more people taking jobs, will they also begin to look for homes?
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  • CoreVest doubles down on rental properties with build-to-rent loan program

    CoreVest has already financed $200 million in rental properties, committed $20 million in June alone
    CoreVest is launching a new loan program specifically for build-to-rent investors. Build-To-Rent Complete will provide construction financing for the development of new rental properties along with long-term financing once the projects have been completed and stabilized.
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  • In the pipeline: Only one thing can stop multifamily's march

    Demographics, economics, momentum are all in favor of multifamily performance
    Everything is going multifamily's way. Demographics, economics and all of the momentum rest squarely in the asset class' corner. There is but one thing that could change that, and it is unlikely that it will, so investors are all in on the continued stability of the multifamily market.
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  • How much are government regulations costing multifamily developers? Hint: A lot

    New study shows the impact of regulations on the multifamily industry
    Despite the Trump administration's ongoing regulatory rollback, government regulations still make up a healthy chunk of the cost of multifamily building, according to a newly released study from the National Association of Home Builders and the National Multifamily Housing Council. How much exactly? Well, you'll have to click to find out.
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  • Skender: How to build better cheaper

    Construction firm, Skender, releases 101 tips to cut the rising costs of construction
    Rising construction costs have put a strain on housing affordability in the U.S. To help mitigate these costs, Skender, a full-service construction company, put together 101 best practices for quality construction on the cheap.
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