Popular in Multifamily
The fastest growing active renter segment in the U.S., Gen Z, seems to be eyeing small towns in the country’s heartland—a drastic difference from M
The multifamily housing sector experienced regulatory and supply-side challenges, slow rent growth, and increased vacancy, positioning it for a wea
John Burns Real Estate Consulting predicts apartment demand will bounce back, but when that will happen depends greatly on the market.
Zillow’s 2020 Suburban/Urban Report found where Americans want to live remained fairly steady, but the performance of the condo market last year po
In December alone, rents dropped in 27 of the 100 largest counties in the nation, a reflection of the continued decline in the desire for urban liv
During a five-year period, approximately 7 million Americans lost their homes to foreclosure during the mortgage crisis and Great Recession.
The National Association of Home Builders suggests two to four unit multifamily housing to be a fit solution for the housing shortage.
Nationwide, issued single-family permits in November increased 12.2% compared to the previous year, reports the National Association of Home Builde
A recent survey found New York City renters owe $1 billion in unpaid rent, but the survey only accounts for roughly half of the total rentals, push