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Multifamily Syndication: Is It Right for You?
Also, find out what the Fed's latest rent hike means for apartment investors, and how workforce housing is a critical necessity in addressing America's housing shortage.
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How the Fed’s Rate Hike Impacts Multifamily
This one gave the author a strong sense of deja vu — and he may feel it yet again after the Federal Reserve’s next meeting at the end of July. The institution raised the federal funds rate by the largest amount since November 1994 last week, bringing the target range between 1.0% and 1.75%. Is this a death knell for the multifamily sector? Well, no. But it may impact smaller multifamily investors in the near term. Read our analysis on Multifamily Today.
The Costs of Rent Concessions
Rent concessions are relatively commonplace in many markets. They can range from a rent discount for a resident’s first month or two, to even the waiving of all fees. Most apartment investors prefer to offer limited-time concessions like these instead of lowering rents. Why? Find out more on the Apartment.Loans blog.
The Pros and Cons of Multifamily Syndication
Simply put, multifamily syndication occurs when multiple investors pool their resources to acquire an asset. There are plenty of ways to do it, whether through an LLC or an LP, and there are plenty of advantages. It isn’t all upside, though: There are some risks to multifamily syndication, just as with any other investment vehicle. Find out the advantages and disadvantages on Multifamily.Loans.
How to Finance Your Workforce Housing Property
Given the many constraints involved in traditional affordable housing, workforce housing has become a critical component of addressing the housing shortage in the U.S. Workforce housing communities typically target renters earning between 80% and 120% of area median income, though this definition is relatively fluid. What you may not know is HUD financing is broadly available for these assets. Find out more on HUD.Loans.