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More stories about Demographics

  • Letters From the Editor

    From the editor; permeance of foam in unvented attics; electrical red flag; immigration

  • Digging for Diamonds

    The editors at APARTMENT FINANCE TODAY could have collected a handful of reports from a number of research firms and written profiles on the markets those firms determined were the strongest performers.

  • AMI Figures Plummet, Freeze Rents

    Say what you like about purchasing power, but average dollar incomes mainly increase.

  • Lord Tennyson Answers Rehab and Financing Needs

    HAYWARD, CA. - Volunteers of America (VOA) overcame regulatory and financial challenges to rehabilitate and preserve the affordability of a key housing development.

  • In the News

    New fact sheet on Hispanic immigrants; loyal clients help umberyard rally after fire; worker injured in scaffold accident; more

  • Historic School’s Students Come Home

    ANNAPOLIS, MD. - A cultural landmark for African-Americans in Maryland, the Wiley H. Bates High School sat vacant for more than 20 years.

  • Developers Reveal the Costs of DoingBusiness

    Most affordable housing owners and developers expect construction costs to increase between 0 percent and 9 percent, longterm permanent loan rates to remain flat, and low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) to fetch an average price of about 94 cents per dollar of credit this year.

  • Arsenal Expands Workforce Housing Portfolio

    Atlanta—Arsenal Real Estate is teaming up with Wood Partners to develop Alta Coventry Station, a 322-unit apartment complex targeting residents earning between 80 percent and 120 percent of the area median income.

  • Hits & Misses

    Voters in Farmers Branch, Texas have passed a resolution that would require apartment owners to verify that renters are U.S. citizens or legal immigrants before leasing to them, with some exceptions.

  • Q & A

    Florida has experienced unprecedented increases in the cost of land, construction, utilities, property taxes, and insurance