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How inflation impacts commercial real estate; marketing across generations; apartment starts and permits move in opposite directions; and more in this week’s multifamily news roundup.
Real Capital Analytics – March 9
“Without that 1.6%-per-year boost, prices would have grown only 8% per year. Still a respectable pace, but overall prices then would only be 6% higher than the previous peak levels.”
Multifamily Executive – March 8
“Millennials represent a critical component of any apartment-marketing plan, but an optimal selling strategy will reach across several demographic groups, ensuring that your communities appeal to prospective residents of all ages.”
MPF Research – March 8, 2017
“In the wake of the great recession, the entire financing environment shifted to benefit the multifamily industry. As such, MPF Research provides updates about the lending environment on an ongoing, quarterly basis.”
MBA Mortgage – March 6, 2017
“But multifamily starts fell 7.9 percent from last month to 417,000 units (annualized), Axiometrics said, and the 244,000-unit annual rate for multifamily completions was down nearly 27 percent from December and nearly 30 percent from a year ago.”
Moody’s Investors Service – March 6, 2017
“Prices for core commercial properties declined 0.2%, while apartment prices rose 0.9%.”
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