Friday, September 20, 2019

Tag: Article

HUD proposes new disparate impact regulations

The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) released a sweeping proposed rule on August 1 seeking to amend HUD’s interpretation of...

Unintended consequences of public housing

My grandfather was the first landlord I ever met. It was he who taught me about the business of rental housing, starting and running...

Apartment REITs: Roaring rents

Hoya Capital Real Estate is an SEC-Registered Investment Advisor based in Rowayton, Conn. Within the Hoya Capital Apartment REIT Index, we track the eleven largest...

Most college graduates move in with parents

With apartment rents continuing to rise, Generation Z members are more likely to move back home than to their own apartment. More than half (54...

Opportunity zones might be getting less investment, not more

The Opportunity Zone program has faced criticism for benefiting wealthy investors who are planning projects in neighborhoods not considered distressed, and will instead provide...

This tax credit wasn’t meant to help with housing, but that’s exactly what it’s...

As rents rise and wages stagnate, many families struggle to find affordable housing in the U.S. This is especially true for low-income households who often...

The crystal ball of data

In the opening scenes of The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy runs away from her Kansas home and promptly encounters Professor Marvel, a seedy, itinerant...

Rental payment reporting benefits renters and property managers

There are over 111 million renters in the U.S. today and for a large percentage of them, paying rent is one of the biggest...

Silence is gold

To combat the noise from construction and increased traffic, soundproofing is required to preserve a quiet home/work environment and maintain property values. For developers as...

Smart apartments aren’t just about smart lighting

As a consumer, it’s easy to view the launch of connected home devices and want the same functionality in my apartment. But for the...

Smart buildings will upend resident experience

Technology is set to overhaul the resident experience at SFR and multifamily properties, according to a panel held at the IMN RealTech Forum which...

Older households drive rentals

Demand for rentals has been increasing across the board, according to the Pew Research Center. Since 2001, the share of households that rent has increased...

State threatens to sue Cupertino over housing policy

Cupertino, often criticized by activists over a perceived reluctance to build homes, is now officially on notice—the city must shape up its housing efforts...

High-end homeowners love biometric tech—but should they?

A slew of new, biometric home technology has hit the market in recent years, letting homeowners unlock doors and access apartments with nothing more...

The superstar paradox: 3 reasons overachievers miss the mark

In today’s fast-paced business climate where nothing is certain but rapid-fire change, masses in business and work life have surrendered themselves to “overachievement” in...

Trending

Recent posts

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!