The U.S. needs 4.3 million new apartments over the next 13 years just to meet projected demand, a total that includes the current shortfall of 600,000 units, according to a new
Some buyers are trying to renegotiate prices, but a net result of recent moves could be a tightening in the spread between multifamily cap rates and yields on 10-year Treasuries.
Economic forces at play across the globe, including the rising cost of capital and the threat of a U.S. recession have caused investors to think twice about how and where
How can investors avoid buying a property that will be on the chopping block when the retailer’s lease-renewal option comes up? Prior to the Fed’s June 15 rate hike—the largest
Hundreds of big-box stores across the country are at risk of closing as another major retail chain struggles to stay afloat. Bed Bath & Beyond’s board removed its CEO last week after it
Ballooning costs in the for-sale housing market have served as an adrenaline shot for apartment demand, driving valuations up, but as inflation pummels the construction industry, the development pipeline still can’t keep
Like many real estate firms, your clients are branching out. If you can’t service those clients, they’ll simply go to someone who can. It’s interesting to note that the industrial
There is more than 50 million sq. ft. of medical office development currently in the construction pipeline throughout the United States. America’s aging population continues to drive demand for medical