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More stories about Demographics

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    Keeping architecture relevant is about keeping it real.

  • Coastal State Unemployment: A Mixed Bag

  • The New Normal, part 2

    Can urban, multifamily rentals drive the economy forward?

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  • 3 Up, 3 Down: Demographics Forecast Hot and Cold Metros

    Apartment Finance Today polled three of the industry's top research houses to identify three markets with high demographic upside, and three others that have numbers working against them. Surprisingly, Fort Lauderdale emerged as one of the hottest, while Atlanta is expected to continue its slump.

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  • Market Movers

    NUMBERS MAY NOT LIE, BUT SOMETIMES they can make a liar out of conventional wisdom.

  • Three Demographic Trends That May Not Be True

    The apartment industry certainly has demographics on its side. But some recent surveys and trends are turning some commonly held demographic beliefs on their ear.

  • Next Generation of GSEs

    Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have played a vital role in the affordable housing world, but the government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) are an endangered species.

  • Affordable Housing in the Next Generation of GSEs

    What will the next generation of housing finance entities look like, and how will they serve the affordable housing arena? A few areas of common ground are beginning to emerge.