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Category Archives: Multifamily housing
Multifamily and industrial properties will continue to lead growth among commercial real estate sectors as the economy makes moderate gains through the end of the year and into 2017, Lawrence Yun, chief economist for the National Association of Realtors® reports. … Continue reading
Land is growing more scarce and more expensive in many large cities, and more developers are responding by combining commercial and residential spaces. In New York, for example, “it’s getting harder and harder to do office construction,” Seymour Durst, chief administrative … Continue reading
As enclosed malls across the country look to reinvent themselves, some communities are finding that living in a mall could be a boon for property values. Those massive, enclosed malls popular in the ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s are dying off. … Continue reading
Columnist Jeff Reeves with MarketWatch says right now is the best time ever to invest in real estate. He discounts fears by some about another housing crisis brewing – the uptick in “liar loans” or “Alt-A mortgages” and return of … Continue reading
Demographic trends dictate that demand for senior living accommodations is on the rise. Studies show that by 2060 there will be about 98 million Americans age 65 and above. That’s more than double the corresponding population today, according to the … Continue reading
Investors are always looking opportunities to make money. Some want homes to renovate and flip, others want homes to hold as rental properties. Some would like to have the income stream from a strip mall, apartment building or commercial building. … Continue reading
While the development boom in core apartment and condominium submarkets has garnered most of the headlines, developers have actually delivered more than twice as much new multifamily supply in the suburban markets. Several executives of large publicly traded apartment REITs … Continue reading