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    What Do Widespread Concessions Mean for the Apartment Sector?

    5 Sep, 2018

    Property managers are offering more months of free apartment rent to attract new tenants in markets across the United States. Yardi Matrix reports it has registered rent concessions in every one...

    AirBnb To Open Up to 14 More Home-Sharing Buildings by 2020

    23 Aug, 2018

    New Tax Plan Poised to Boost Multifamily Sector

    8 May, 2018

    The recently enacted U.S. tax reform is poised to benefit the U.S. multifamily investment market, according to a new report from CBRE that analyzes the implications of tax reform on the...

    Spending Bill Gives Affordable Housing a Huge Boost

    28 Mar, 2018

    The $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill that was passed last week contained the first expansion of the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program in more than 10 years. The measure increased...

    How to Use ‘Equal and Uniform’ to Reduce Multi-Family Property Values in Texas

    14 Mar, 2018

    By James Sutton, Regional Director - Central South, Dallas& Bill O’Quinn, Senior Managing Consultant, Dallas

    To say the multi-family market in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area is performing...

    Downtown L.A. Starting to Mirror Manhattan's Glut of Apartments

    1 Mar, 2018

    More than 4,000 new apartments are forecast to hit the Los Angeles market this quarter, according to CoStar, as the first wave of as many as 30,000 in the next three years. Much of the...

    Amenities Arms Race: Apartment Trends to Watch

    7 Dec, 2017

    Amenities continue to be a hot topic in the multi-family industry, with apartment developers competing to attract and retain tenants amidst the growing shift from homeowning to renting. Both...

    Philadelphia Property Tax Revenue to Increase $118M After Reassessing Commercial Properties

    31 Mar, 2017

    Philadelphia commercial property owners should expect major increases when they receive their property assessments mid-April. The value of the taxable portion of Philadelphia’s 14,000 commercial...

    Apartment Sector’s Resiliency Surprises Experts

    7 Dec, 2016

    At the beginning of the year, researchers warned that hundreds of thousands of new apartments would open in 2016 and drive up the vacancy in the sector. However, average vacancy rates remained low...

    NYC Lawmakers Introduce 421-A Oversight Bills

    21 Nov, 2016

    Last week, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, the Real Estate Board of New York and city construction unions were finally able to reach an agreement over a bill that would renew New York City's 421-a property tax...

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