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Category Archives: Real Estate Omaha
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
Rents are climbing and construction of new multifamily units spiked over the past five years. The apartment market has been golden, but some investors are starting to wonder if the sector is showing some signs of slowing. The apartment … 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
Multifamily developers continue to churn out record levels of new supply ahead of what is expected to be a peak year for apartment construction in 2016. The number of new apartments under construction is at its highest level since the … Continue reading
After a booming 2015, the pace of commercial transactions in the first quarter of this year dropped and failed to keep up, according to the National Association of Realtors®’ Commercial Real Estate Outlook: 2016. Large commercial real estate deals plunged … Continue reading
We have made an effort to hold regular community meetings to get to know our tenants better and to give them another means of communicating with us about their needs and concerns. We have found that such meetings increase tenant … Continue reading
All-cash buyers of single-family homes and condos, on average, paid 23 percent less per square foot than other home buyers, shows RealtyTrac’s first quarter 2016 U.S. Cash & Institutional Investor Housing Market Report. All-cash buyers of single-family homes and … Continue reading
Landlords who deny an apartment applicant a lease due to a failed background check may be breaking the law and face housing discriminating allegations, according to new guidance issued from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. “A … Continue reading