By Ted Knutson | GlobeSt.com The latest quarterly survey of apartment conditions by the National Multifamily Housing Council confirms what has been clear for months: the rental markets are posting strong growth. Ninety-two percent of the over 100 CEOs and other senior executives of apartment-related firms surveyed by NMHC in July said apartments with [...]
Microunit apartments are gaining popularity in major urban markets, but do they represent a shifting market or passing fad?
By Sarah Hoban | CIRE Magazine IIn Seattle, they're called SEDUs - small efficiency dwelling units. In Boston, they're known as innovation units. Chicago has a group of them called Flats. But while there's variety in what developers call tiny apartments, there's no question they are big news. Within the industry, these spaces are [...]
By GREGORY BRADBARD | email@example.com | Hope Through Housing Foundation PUBLISHED: June 25, 2019 at 5:00 a.m. Several recent studies are shedding light on the state of retirement for those who are nearing their post-working years. Today in America, everyday an average of 10,000 individuals are turning 65. And by 2030, the 50-and-over cohort is projected to expand by [...]
Scott Beyer - Forbes - Mar 31, 2017 San Francisco, CA--There's no doubt that the demand for living in San Francisco would, under an open market, create far more housing; this, in essence, is what the high prices and Nimby battles are all about. But one remaining mystery would be—void of the regulatory barriers, [...]
By Noah Buhayar and Christopher Cannon | Bloomberg | November 6, 2019 California, the land of golden dreams, has become America’s worst housing nightmare. Recent wildfires have only heightened the stakes for a state that can’t seem to build enough new homes. The median price for a house now tops $600,000, more than twice the national level. The [...]