Middle-Class Dream: Rental
Jeremiah Jeffries is entering his second decade of teaching elementary school, and he still can’t afford an apartment of his own.
Dressing It Up
The Laramar Group is bullish on workforce housing.
Pioneering Deal Uses NMTCs for Housing-OnlyProject
Pasadena, Calif. - In the expensive Southern California housing market, crafting a financing structure that yields homeownership costs affordable to low-income buyers is enormously challenging.
America Circa 2030: The Boom To Come
In 2030, there will be 106.8 billion square feet of new development, about 46 percent more built space than existed in 2000—a remarkable amount of construction to occur within a generation.
The Incredible Shrinking Apartments
With so many eyes focused on home sales and mortgage rates, it is easy to forget that 34 million U.S. households—one-third of all Americans—currently rent.
A Nation of Immigrants
When I was in junior high, I was intrigued when my social studies teacher showed us a film about Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty, and the influx of immigrants to America in the last two centuries.
Developers discuss deal killers, other big challenges
Land for new affordable housing development is tough to find.
Get to know tomorrow's resident
Christopher Lee is one of the apartment industry’s leading voices
Combining affordable housing programs – pitfalls and minefields
Development of affordable multifamily housing is a complex proposition in the best of circumstances.
Developers target profitability
Multifamily owners and developers stand to benefit from long-term positive trends in demographics and the economy, but they will still need to be armed with the best strategic and analytical tools to take full advantage of the situation.