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Are America’s Seniors the Next Wave of Apartment Demand?

Seniors are an increasingly important multifamily renter cohort, especially for smaller properties. Some retirees are choosing to downsize and rent for lifestyle reasons. Other seniors are working — and renting — longer. 348 more words

Real Estate

Building the 20-minute neighborhood in Detroit

by Dan Rafter

Developers delivered 543 apartment units to downtown Detroit in 2016, and JLL estimates that they’ll bring 1,607 more this year. This is good news for the city, which is still working through the first phase of its comeback from bankruptcy. 470 more words

Retail

CTCAC Affordable Multifamily regulations versus California Building code chapter 11-B, 11B 809

On Multifamily affordable projects that are slatted to receive tax credit assistance from state treasury there could be confusion among some designers, contractors, building officials, and owners, as to which building codes apply during designing or reviewing the architectural documents. 211 more words

11-B

When to Remove Conditions on a Purchase Contract

Podcast Episode 90:
Diligence Pays Off.”

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: when you’re buying a property, never remove conditions on the purchase contract until you’ve done due diligence. 124 more words

Podcasts

The State of Multifamily Lending in 2017

Listen as host Sam Chandan speaks with Arbor’s own Ivan Kaufman and Freddie Mac’s Steve Johnson about the growing success and financial benefits of the multifamily small balance loan market and how investors can take advantage. 25 more words

Real Estate

NAI Hunneman adds Elliott White to Capital Markets Team

White joins as an Assistant Vice President focused on Multifamily & Affordable Housing Sales

NAI Hunneman is pleased to announce that Elliott White has joined the company’s Capital Markets Team as an Assistant Vice President focusing on multifamily sales with a specialty in affordable housing. 221 more words

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