Multi-Family

The cost of a college education—tuition, books, meal plans, and especially housing—is skyrocketing, to the point where it may be cheaper in some cities for students to buy a condominium than rent a dorm room.…

If renters paid only what they could afford in rent, the average household would have an extra $6,200 per year to spend on other necessities such as groceries, child care, and medical care. According to a new…

After a four years of steady growth, apartment rental rates have cooled. The Zillow Rent Index was $1,548 as of July, on par with rental prices over the last 12 months.

A…

A multifamily building in Manhattan that was conceived a century ago as a home for low-income tuberculosis patients is now a light-filled, homey abode for middle class professionals.

A lack of new single-family home construction and a change in demographics that favors rental housing have steadily driven rent prices in most markets, according to Freddie Mac.

The share of permits for multifamily residences has steadily risen from 21 percent in 1991 to 41 percent in 2015. Andrew Weinreich, a contributor to Forbes, writes that the increased need…

Twenty years ago, a pool was considered a top-notch feature for many apartment complexes. Today’s renters need a little more.

The Washington Post reports that multifamily…

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