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Few dispute the notion that demographics drive the apartment market. When looking at demand, the most fundamental statistics that analysts consider include population, household formation and employment. While these statistics tend to move hand in hand, sometimes patterns emerge that show a chasm in these numbers, and demographers are keen to report how these chasms…


The first step to achieving success for value investors in private-equity commercial real estate is buying an investment property at the right price. Whether the investment is a multi-family apartment building, an office building or an industrial facility, the true worth of the asset isn’t the income stream. Price appreciation is what builds wealth. So…


It has suddenly gotten a lot more difficult to borrow money for an apartment property. “The overall cost of borrowing has gone up undoubtedly,” says Peter Smyslowski, managing director in the San Francisco office of capital services provider HFF. “But the interest rates spreads offered by lenders are very similar to the spreads they offered…


SOURCE: WELLS FARGO CONSTRUCTION JAN 5, 2017 Most forecasts anticipate another year of modest U.S. housing recovery. Sales of new and existing homes are expected to rise modestly, and new home construction should post gains similar to 2016. Photo credit: U.S. Department of Commerce, National Association of Home Builders and Wells Fargo Securities Following another…


On top of the usual New Year’s resolutions here are some areas you should be focusing your interest on if you want to have a great year in property investment. The new year spurs all kinds of resolutions, I’ve seen so many over the years. From living a more minimalist lifestyle to getting fit, the…


If you have dreams of buying that dream apartment in Manhattan, the borough at the center of the New York City’s bustle, it’ll likely cost you a whopping $2 million on average, Reuters reported Wednesday. That’s according to a market report from CityRealty, a real estate listings and data website that tracks sale prices, which found the average sale…


When I was 37, my brother-in-law’s next-door neighbor Tony told me to stop renting and buy an apartment. I couldn’t afford it, I told him. “You won’t be able to afford it next year either,” he said. “Only by then, you’ll have spent another year in rent money you’ll never get back.” Within a month…


If your big holiday wish last year was lower rent this year (and, let’s face it, it should have been), we can now confirm that your dreams have finally come true. In their last national rent report for 2016, apartment site Zumper estimates that San Francisco’s median market rent (based on their own listings) rounded…


Fans show a willingness to pay more to live near their favorite sports team, which means home owners who live near a sports stadium often can command a premium for their properties. Realtor.com®’s research team set out to determine which markets fans may be willing to pay the most for. They ranked U.S. cities with…


Soon, investors will find themselves purchasing more single-family rental properties due to the changing of seasons. The Seasonal Single-Family Rental Investment Advantage Report, generated by HomeUnion, revealed that the winter off-peak period is the best time of the year to acquire SFRs. The report also found that investors will pay 7.2 percent less per square…

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