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Will 3D Printing Be an Answer for Building More Affordable Homes?

California’s chronic shortage of affordable housing has been well documented. Conor Dougherty, an economics reporter for the New York Times, states, in his new book “Golden Gates: Fighting for Housing in America,” that 3.5 million housing units need

Detroit and Wayne County Halt Evictions, Tax Foreclosure Due to Coronavirus

Due to concerns about public health amidst the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, two extraordinary steps were taken today in Detroit and Wayne County to curb the loss of homes. The Detroit Free Press reports that Wayne County won’t foreclose on any homes

Will Co-Working Continue to be a Major Driver of Leasing Activity?

Co-working is a major driver of office leasing activity last year, but after WeWork’s failed IPO launch, could co-working leasing activity fall this year? Actually, despite issues with WeWork, the co-working industry seems to be stable and growing. This

The Rental Tour of the Future Through AR/VR

A virtual staging, CGI and 3D modeling platform, is partnering with Toll Brothers Apartment Living to create a custom application for Magic Leap’s spatial computing device, Magic Leap 1. This partnership is a result of Magic Leap’s independent creator

Six Steps to Protect Your Multifamily Assets from Pet Liability

Pets are a big business in the apartment industry. Not only does a pet-friendly community tap a larger rental pool, but residents in pet-friendly buildings stayed an average of 46 months, compared to 18 months in rentals that prohibit pets, according a

U.S. Builder Confidence Remains Strong in 2020 as Single-Family Growth Continues

According to the latest National Association of Home Builders / Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI) released this week, U.S. home builder confidence in the market for newly-built single-family homes edged one point lower to 75 in January 2020. The last

Long, Short-Term Obstacles to Senior Housing Development

With the overbuilding of senior housing and low occupancy levels, developers are now readjusting their expectations as they respond to sagging demand from older generations. There are ramifications for this in both the short and long term. Short Term First,

Multifamily Investors Are Spending More Capital in Secondary, Tertiary Markets

 Multifamily investors are now more likely to spend their money on properties in secondary and tertiary markets rather than in primary markets. “In secondary and tertiary markets… the number of offers that we are generating is much higher than what it