Investing In Multifamily In The New Year

By: Rob Overstreet, Forbes Real Estate Council I think we can all agree that 2020 has been a challenging year for a variety of reasons. The most glaring challenge that we’ve all faced and that’s changed the way we live and invest is, of course, the global Covid-19 pandemic. As it pertains to the business […]

NMHC Eyes Stimulus to Offset Year of Falling Rent Payments

On a monthly average, 138,000 fewer renters paid their rent in full by the end of the month in 2020 compared to 2019, according to NMHC. DEC 31, 2020, By: Holly Dutton With overall rent collections down in 2020 compared to last year, but new stimulus measures passed earlier this week, groups like the National […]

Secondary Markets Drawing New Interest From International Investors

By: Jeffrey Steele For years, the nation’s big coastal cities captured most of the interest from foreign real estate investors. But in this pandemic year, that appears to have changed. Berkadia’s Joint Venture Equity and Structured Capital Group, sourcing both domestic and foreign capital for investment in US. real estate, works with Chinese, Middle Eastern, Canadian […]


DXE Properties, Acuity Partners, & JSR Development Acquire 106 Unit Multifamily Property in Atlanta, GA PRESS RELEASE  UPDATED: DEC 22, 2020 13:00 EST NEW YORK, December 22, 2020 ( – DXE Properties, Acuity Partners, and JSR Development are pleased to announce the acquisition of Vinings Apartments in Atlanta GA. Acquired as a Tenancy in Common, Vinings Apartments is […]

Resilient Multifamily Sector Holding Strong During Pandemic

By: Ben Colonomos, Forbes Real Estate Council, December 14, 2020 The multifamily sector has long held strong against uncertainty and economic swings, and the Covid-19 pandemic has proven to be no exception. While investors may shift toward new product classes during the current downturn, multifamily as a whole continues to offer an attractive option for […]

What Is Multifamily Commercial Real Estate, and Why Should You Invest in It?

Oct 29, 2020 by Tara Mastroeni When most new real estate investors think about buying an investment property, they automatically assume they should buy a single-family home. However, there’s another option: You could invest in multifamily commercial real estate, or apartment buildings and apartment complexes. If you’re interested in learning more about the multifamily approach, read on. You’ll learn more […]

Market to Market, COVID-19 has had a Variety of Effects on Multifamily Around the Nation

MICHAEL ZARANSKY OCTOBER 22, 2020 It goes without saying that no one is immune to the coronavirus. That’s true of industry, just as it is individuals. Certainly, though, the multifamily space—dubbed “the darling of the commercial real estate industry”—has shown far more resilience than the retail and lodging sectors. Brian Mond, director at Chicago’s Essex […]

Multifamily Rides Out Pandemic With Minimal Changes

The agencies are taking an increased market share, says Capital One’s Kate Byford. By Les Shaver | November 05, 2020 at 07:21 AM In her new role as head of Agency Finance at Capital One, Kate Byford has wide visibility in the apartment sector. The sector, like every part of the economy right now, faces headwinds. But Byford, […]

New Report Shows Majority Of Multifamily Residents Prioritize Rent Payments Amidst Pandemic

November 3, 2020 MCLEAN, Va. – A new analysis from Freddie Mac Multifamily’s research group examines the five major resources capturing rent payment information in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, including those created by the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC), The Household Pulse Survey, LeaseLock, Apartment List and National Association of Real Estate Investment […]

The Supply-Demand Imbalance Still Makes Multifamily an Attractive Investment

Before the pandemic, multifamily demand outpaced demand, and the problem has only been exacerbated by the pandemic. By Kelsi Maree Borland | October 29, 2020 at 04:00 AM Before the pandemic struck, the multifamily market suffered from a severe supply-demand imbalance that fueled an affordability crisis both nationally and in states like California. Nothing has changed. The supply-demand […]