Here’s a quick look at the small balance multifamily finance and investment benchmarks for Q2 2017.
Arbor recently spoke with Jamie Woodwell, VP, Research & Economics at the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), and used the opportunity to discuss the future of multifamily lending, trends in industrial and logistics spaces as well as the state of foreign investment in U.S. real estate.
While a growing number of cities are eliminating parking minimums, the price of parking access within apartment properties is still reflected in higher unit rents across US metros. This is especially true for in-structure parking offerings.
While a larger share of small building households own vehicles, growth in ownership was slower compared to large buildings for the post-crisis period.
Autonomous vehicle (AV) and ride-share technology have the potential to fundamentally alter the relationship between work and housing locations. But what does today’s commute look like for apartment renters?
Arbor Realty Trust, Inc. has recently funding of $40,100,000 under the Fannie Mae DUS® Green Rewards product line for the acquisition of Lake St. James, a 484-unit property located in Conyers, Georgia.
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New research from Freddie Mac quantifies what many renters already know to be true — finding an affordable apartment is harder than it used to be.
The Chicago multifamily market remained strong during Q3 2017, as rents continued to set new record highs. Rising vacancy rates remained in line with the market’s historical average, despite a historically high influx of new supply.