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The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) says its leading indicator for multifamily housing investment is showing waning confidence in that market for the months ahead. The trade group released on Thursday, May 21, the results of its Multifamily Market Survey (MMS) for the first quarter of 2020. The MMS was taken in early April, capturing the…


For developer Scott Gillen, the coronavirus pandemic is redefining what he sentimentally describes as “home is home.” A residence is no longer a place to simply “eat, shower and sleep” before venturing into a bustling world for school, work and social events, said Mr. Gillen, who owns development firm UnvarnishedCo based in Malibu, California. As…


In 1957, an Asian Flu pandemic spread from Hong Kong to Europe and then the United States, killing more than a million people. Like the new coronavirus, this pandemic triggered a global recession. In order to end that recession in the United States, the federal government stepped in, as it has with most recessions, and…


The true definition of “mid-market” assumes an industry such as multifamily real estate is divisible in thirds. The lower third represents the smallest companies/owners in the market, and the upper third is comprised of the largest companies/owners in the market. The mid-market is the middle third and is a definition for all those in between…


The single-family rental home sector has been faring well during the pandemic. One sign of the sector’s appeal:  J.P. Morgan Asset Management and single-family rental home REIT American Homes 4 Rent are partnering to invest $625 million in this space. But what about its counterpart asset class of multifamily? Its headline news has been all about whether tenants are paying…


There has been a surge of renter households in the US. As a result, the economic shock waves set off by the coronavirus pandemic will reverberate not only for tenants but the owners of those properties as well. Whether you are an accidental landlord that has enjoyed income from your old primary residence or are depending on…


The current moment is a strange and challenging one for people in all kinds of businesses — perhaps more accurately, it’s a strange time to be alive. In recent weeks, the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus has accounted for thousands of deaths and changed the way we go about our daily lives. Closures and cancellations of…


Investors looking to snag distressed apartments and multifamily properties across Southern California during the coronavirus pandemic may have to wait a bit longer or go somewhere else. Multifamily property prices in the region have yet to drop significantly enough for opportunistic buyers to swoop in, experts said, including in Los Angeles. “There’s a perception out there that…


For apartment owners and managers, the pandemic means closed offices, few or no in-person tours and off-limits amenities, obliging them to market their properties without time-tested tools — at least for now. Since March, apartment marketing, both to attract new renters and retain existing ones, has pivoted. Now, the focus is on conducting contactless or…


There are many different ways to invest your money and improve your financial well being. Modern technology has made access to investment tools easier than ever no matter if it’s your bank or money market account the ability to engage with your investment activity and funds is easier than ever. However, investing is a broad…

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