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Senior Housing's Slow Recovery Despite Steadfast Demand
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Investing in Real Estate? Consider These 5 Factors
While some of these considerations may be common sense for your next multifamily investment, don’t forget that it’s important to keep an eye on the horizon. Future development activity within your neighborhood is only one of several important items on the list, and — depending on the situation — could be a reason to dive in or to hold off making your purchase. Read more on CommercialRealEstate.Loans.
Multifamily Investors, Meet the NMHC
The National Multifamily Housing Council is one of the apartment industry’s largest advocates. Read our Multifamily.Loans blog post to understand what the nonprofit group has achieved and what it continues to push for. While taking on rent control initiatives is what it may be best known for, the group is active in myriad other areas within the sector. Find out how you can get involved.
Senior Housing Is Recovering, but How Fast?
In Multifamily.Today’s latest piece, we investigate how the senior housing sector — one of the hardest hit asset types during the pandemic — is making a comeback. Pent-up demand is playing a big part in driving up occupancy numbers, but the recovery may be longer term than many would expect.
Your 1st Multifamily Investment in 5 (Relatively) Easy Steps
Sure, it might not be as easy as one, two, three — but our helpful guide on Apartment.Loans walks you through the acquisition process, demystifying what often gets portrayed as an incomprehensible labyrinth of paperwork and due diligence. It will take some legwork, but it may be best to do some preliminary research before calling your real estate agent.