Multifamily Executive Conference

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Walkable, Sustainable Communities Lure Renters

By creating a walkable environment, developers can attract more renters in urban markets. More

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AvalonBay Uses Technology, Location to Appeal to Gen Y

AvalonBay unveiled plans for AVA H Street at this year's Multifamily Executive Conerence, showing how they built their community around Gen Y renters. More

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Appeal to Renters at Large, Not Just Gen Y

A huge number of Generation Y renters may be poised to enter the renter pool, but it would be a mistake for multifamily owners and managers to focus on their needs and interests to the detriment of attracting a broad base of renters. More

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Multifamily CEOs Paint Bright Industry Future

With interest rates low, apartment starts on the rise, owners pushing rents, and net operating income rising, things are definitely looking up in the multifamily industry. Nowhere was this sense of optimism more apparent at this week’s 2010 Multifamily Executive Conference in Las Vegas than in the comments made by chief executives participating in the keynote panel. More

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Economists Declare that Multifamily is in the Throes of a Recovery

A panel of economists at the MFE Conference held in Las Vegas last week reinforced the sentiment of the entire event: Multifamily is a good place to be with a future that is brighter than expected. More

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The Apartment of the Future Will Boast Smaller Units, Green Features

What will the apartment of the future look like to accommodate the needs of the looming wave of Echo Boomers and Gen Y renters? More

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Multifamily Developers Juggling Market Forces to Acquire Land

The unpredictability of rent fundamental improvements and NIMBYism continue to impact underwriting for multifamily land acquisition even as market conditions become favorable to apartment development, said a panel on land strategies at the MFE Conference last week in Las Vegas. More

Analyst Predicts Continuing Cap Rate Erosion in 2010
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Analyst Predicts Continuing Cap Rate Erosion in 2010

Apartment revenue will stabilize. Cap rates will to rise. Multifamily property... More

Demographer's Upbeat Assessment Bodes Well for Apartment Industry’s Future
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Demographer's Upbeat Assessment Bodes Well for Apartment Industry’s Future

As a demographer, Dowell Myers says he can predict things with certainty.... More

Multifamily Economist: The Worst Is Over
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Multifamily Economist: The Worst Is Over

After running through 20-plus slides depicting the well-being of the economy in... More

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