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While internet usage is pervasive in today’s society, technology usage still varies significantly across household segments. Factors such as user age, income and education level play a role.
CRE Collateralized Loan Obligations (CLOs) have emerged as a sophisticated and reliable financing tool post-crisis. As more issuers and investors enter the space, panelists at the June 2019 CREFC Conference largely agreed that CRE CLO issuance would be flat to slightly up in 2019 and that the market has room for growth.
Looking at internet access types across age groups presents wider gaps in usage patterns. Younger, tech-savvy households are more likely to adopt multiple access options compared to Seniors and Baby Boomers.
In this blog, we examine how renters across property types pay for their usage of the three most common utilities: electricity, water and gas.
View our on-demand webinar to learn about the benefits of HUD’s Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Pilot Program. Discover how it could help you secure financing even faster for your affordable housing development. Moderated by Sam Chandan, founder of Chandan Economics, hear exclusive affordable housing investment insights from HUD LIHTC experts from Arbor and Tiber Hudson.
Sharing rental homes is no longer just a Millennial affair. The number of seniors living with unrelated roommates has swelled in recent years, capturing the national spotlight
In this new video series from Arbor and Chandan Economics, Sam Chandan, founder of Chandan Economics and head of the NYU SPS Schack Institute of Real Estate, discusses the state of the U.S. economy, which is experiencing the longest expansion in history.
Women make up a slightly larger share of seniors co-living in apartments, while divorcees and those separated form the largest group of co-living seniors.