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How Does Education Attainment Impact Where People Rent?

Education is arguably the strongest predictor of present and future levels of American workers’ income. As a result, there is a correlation between education attainment and the size of a building a renter is likely to call home.  It should come as no surprise that individuals with advanced degrees are typically employed in better paying [...]

By | February 10th, 2017|Blog, Real Estate|0 Comments

Not the Bachelor Pad: Age and Income Profiles of Single Renters in Small Apartment Properties

Married households and families are well-represented in small property apartments. Reflecting that skew to larger households, smaller properties account for a relatively smaller share of single renters when compared to large buildings. How Many Single Renters in Small and Large Properties? As shown in the chart above, about 45 percent of all units in small [...]

By | February 1st, 2017|Blog, Real Estate|0 Comments

ArborCrowd Makes Key Executive Appointments Amid Steady Growth

NEW YORK, Jan. 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- ArborCrowd, an online commercial real estate company, announced today the addition of two strategic executive appointments, Kara Yi and Ethan Hays. Through crowdfunding, ArborCrowd opens exclusive and highly coveted commercial real estate investment opportunities, vetted by ArborCrowd's experienced professionals, all online. Investors have access to the resources that help [...]

By | January 30th, 2017|Press Release|0 Comments

Rent Concessions: What Multifamily Investors Need to Know

Rent concessions are making a comeback in some of the nation’s top apartment markets as new multifamily developments enter their lease-up phase. In slower markets, concessions are part of everyday life for property managers. This data-driven article explores the types of rent concessions, the pros and cons of the discounts, the relationship between concessions and other market fundamentals, [...]

By | January 24th, 2017|Real Estate|0 Comments

Are America’s Seniors the Next Wave of Apartment Demand?

Seniors are an increasingly important multifamily renter cohort, especially for smaller properties. Some retirees are choosing to downsize and rent for lifestyle reasons. Other seniors are working — and renting — longer. How Big is the Seniors Renter Market? Seniors — including people 65 years of age and over — are 14.5 percent of the [...]

By | January 19th, 2017|Blog, Real Estate|0 Comments

The State of Multifamily Lending in 2017

Listen as host Sam Chandan speaks with Arbor’s own Ivan Kaufman and Freddie Mac’s Steve Johnson about the growing success and financial benefits of the multifamily small balance loan market and how investors can take advantage. Hear from the small loan market’s leading experts as they provide exclusive insight on this highly impactful market sector. [...]

By | January 11th, 2017|Blog, Real Estate|0 Comments

Q3 2016: Multifamily Construction on the Rise

As we closeout 2016, it is important for multifamily investors to look towards 2017 and the overall housing market forecast. This post examines how multifamily development fits into the overall residential construction market. While all signs are pointing to a strong year for apartment deliveries in 2017, the pipeline is heavily weighted towards highly amenitized [...]

By | January 11th, 2017|Real Estate|0 Comments

10 Things Renters Want In Their Next-Gen Apartment

By | January 11th, 2017|Real Estate|0 Comments

The Age Distribution of Renters: Who Lives In Small Properties

By | January 4th, 2017|Real Estate|0 Comments

Solar Heating Trends in Small Apartment Buildings

Multifamily owners are increasingly turning to on-site solar as an environmentally friendly way to reduce operating costs. While multifamily properties have made meaningful gains adopting solar heating since 2010, there is room to grow, especially in the small property sector. But as new research from Chandan Economics shows, small assets (5 to 49 units) are [...]

By | December 27th, 2016|Blog, Real Estate|0 Comments