There’s a seemingly endless stream of new metrics being used to assess the multifamily market during its current run as the preferred real estate investment class. Let’s take a closer look at Consumer Price Index (CPI).
Elite Apartment Coaching’s Chris Urso walks us through the process of creating a budget for that multifamily value-add play.
It turns out you can rent a two-bedroom in a small apartment property for less than a studio in a large property. Is this a value proposition for multifamily investors?
The value-add play is a tried and true method for generating a solid return on your multifamily investment. Here are 13 tips to get the best return on investment.
Will demand for small apartment assets in suburban corridors increase as aging millennials leaves cities looking for value, space and schools?
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Valued at $25.5 billion and responsible for 17 million short-term stays between Memorial Day and Labor Day last summer, Airbnb has proven disruptive in the truest sense of the word for the hospitality industry. Could it do the same to multifamily?
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Our previous look at the demographics driving apartment demand focused primarily on younger renters — let’s now look at the other end of the age spectrum.
The balance of amenities and affordability are arguably the most important drivers for a renter’s choice of location. As rent growth has outpaced wage growth, the issue of apartment affordability has acquired new urgency.