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Communities Make Sustainability Improvements

Chicagoland Apartment Association — Sustainability is an increasingly important issue for the multifamily industry. New building codes in Chicagoland and throughout the U.S. require developers of new apartments to meet more stringent standards for water and energy efficiency. Owners read more

Rents in New Mexico’s largest city appear to be rising

Associated Press (OCTOBER 16, 2019) — Two studies show rents in New Mexico’s largest city appear to be rising. The Texas-based company RealPage recently found rents around Albuquerque rose 5% in the past year, the Albuquerque Journal reports . read more

Economist Predicts a Mild Recession is in Store

A brief pause to rein in the annual delivery pace from current levels around 300,000 market-rate units wouldn’t be a bad thing for areas where construction is most aggressive, Greg Willett says in this EXCLUSIVE GlobeSt (OCTOBER 16, 2019) read more

High-end apartments dominate new stock in Dallas

Dallas Business Journal (OCTOBER 10, 2019) – More than two-thirds of Dallas apartments that came online in 2018 were luxury, and high-end units look to remain the majority in 2019. More than 14,000 high-end units came online in the read more

Annette VanDuren Interviews on SmartSource Accounting

MULTIHOUSING PRO (OCTOBER 8, 2019) – Today’s tight job market, the current housing crisis and concerns about the impending softening of the multifamily market are prompting property owners to look for ways to control the cost of non-revenue producing read more