The Stakes Are Different For Home Renters.

The New Rental Boom That Could Help Kill NIMBYism

Originally posted by | Conor Sen Neighborhoods of single-family homes built for tenants, not owners, could be the solution to creating denser communities. The market for single-family rentals is changing. What started as a way for investors to buy up…

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The Great Bidding War

Originally posted by | Dr. David Eifrig In case you haven't noticed, there's been a bidding war all throughout the country... If you don't offer enough or if your offer is even a day late, you'll be left with nothing.…

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SFRs Catch the Eye of Fixed Income Investors

Originally posted by | Lynn Pollack Also, with consolidation SFRs will have a bolstered ability to absorb new flows of institutional capital without hurting return. The US housing market continued its wild streak despite the COVID-19 pandemic and associated shutdowns,…

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Wasatch-Veranda Apartment Building

Workforce Housing Case Study

Originally posted by | Deena Roumeliotis, AIA New rental construction has honed in on the upper end of the market, full of luxury amenities such as yoga studios, resort-style pools, yard games, party rooms, and even saunas, but what about…

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