Category Archives: multi-family

Marcus & Millichap: Apartment construction booming in Milwaukee

by Dan Rafter Apartment construction is surging across the Milwaukee market, according to the latest research from Marcus & Millichap. According to the company’s second quarter multifamily research, developers are expected to add 3,633 apartment units to the Milwaukee market … Continue reading

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RentHop study: When it comes to dragging down apartment rents, not all crimes are created equal

by Dan Rafter Plenty of factors cause apartment rents to rise and fall. But how about crime rates? Do high crime rates automatically result in lower apartment rents? Usually, according to a new study from RentHop. But the type of … Continue reading

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ABODO study: Apartment rents starting to rise again

The average one-bedroom apartment is renting for $1,016 a month this June across the United States, according to a recent report from ABODO. That’s up a bit from the lowest point of the year, an average of $1,003 in March. … Continue reading

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Baby boomers have high expectations for senior housing. Developers aim to deliver

by Sara Freund Amenities that create a more thoughtful community are a trend in nearly every commercial sector—and senior housing is no exception. Matt Booma, executive vice president of CA Senior Living, knows that in this market going beyond the essentials is … Continue reading

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Another boost: More than 600 new apartment units coming to The District Detroit mixed-use development

by Dan Rafter Detroit’s downtown is seeing an influx of new development, with sports arenas, new retailers and restaurants rising in the city’s urban core. But Detroit needs more apartments, too. The city still needs to boost its populaion. Affordable … Continue reading

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Midwest states dominate list of best destinations for Millennials

by Dan Rafter What states offer the most to Millennials looking for a new home? You probably think of New York or California, right? Well, a new report from financial Web site MoneyRates.com found that many of the best states … Continue reading

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Apartment rents starting to dip a bit in Midwest cities

by Dan Rafter Apartment rents might seem sky-high in cities like Chicago, New York City and San Francisco. But there are actually some cities — two significant ones in the Midwest — in which monthly apartments rents are actually falling. … Continue reading

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