Posts tagged withmultifamily

2017 was a big year for construction, with more than 5,700 homes, 3.6 million square feet of office space, and more than 600 hotel rooms coming online in theRead more

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Read the latest issue of CCIM Institute’s CIRE (Commercial Investment Real Estate) magazine for the latest commercial real estate reports, trends, and relevant articles. Read the issue here.  Read more

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Following a slowdown last year, multifamily deliveries are expected to hit a peak in 2018. An estimated 360,000 new units are slated for delivery over the next 12 months,Read more

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Seattle’s reputation as the hometown of corporate giants like Amazon, Starbucks and Microsoft has served it well. The influx of Fortune 500 companies into the area has led toRead more

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“Stable.” That’s the one word that encapsulates the anticipated state of the multifamily sector this year, according to Greg Willett, chief economist at RealPage, a Richardson, Texas-based firm whichRead more

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For the multifamily sector, 2018 should be a healthy year. Demand is strong—and it will be for some time. That was largely the message at the National Multifamily HousingRead more

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In an industry report by Polaris Pacific, a San Francisco-based research and marketing firm that operates throughout the western United States, the data points to a similar conclusion. AcrossRead more

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With rising rents in Seattle, though, the state on the rent control issue has gained even mainstream momentum in the city in recent years. In 2015, the city councilRead more

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Capital is continuing to flow to the multifamily sector. Despite concerns that the real estate cycle is peaking—and with high levels of multifamily construction in some metros—fundamentals have steadilyRead more

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Size could matter when it comes to increasing density across U.S. cities. With many major metros around the country facing rising construction and land costs, companies are looking towardRead more

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