Selling multifamily properties? 3 things you should know

Dealing with multifamily units is way more complicated than selling your average single-family home. Whether you’re showing duplexes or an apartment complex with hundreds of units, here are three things to know about selling multifamily units.

How to give your apartment listing an instant facelift

Do you need to totally refresh your apartment listing before it hits the market? The pros share some quick tricks and takeaways that’ll get the job done.

Roomeze raises $2M for shared housing platform

Shared housing platform Roomeze raised $2 million in a seed funding round, the startup told Inman. Roomeze, launched in 2016 to help renters find roommates and housing at the same time, brought on this first significant influx of funding led by real estate and venture capital firm Gideon Asset Management with participation from Allegiant Real Estate Capital and New York residential real estate firm E&M Associates.

4 ways to keep your condo or co-op deal on track

Being a successful co-op and condo listing agent is as much about being a risk manager as it is about being a compelling salesperson. Although the sale price is the only metric you will be judged on, most sellers are unaware of the less visible risk ma…

4 ways to keep your condo or co-op deal on track

Being a successful co-op and condo listing agent is as much about being a risk manager as it is about being a compelling salesperson. Although the sale price is the only metric you will be judged on, most sellers are unaware of the less visible risk ma…

What does the apartment of the future look like?

If you’re tired of seeing the same old, same old when you preview homes, you’ll love the National Multifamily Housing Council’s (NMHC) apartment of the future according to its report Disruption: How Demographics, Psychographics, and Technology Are Bringing Multifamily To the Brink of a Design Revolution …

Automation and Customization: Renter Wishes

Apartment dwellers’ preferences are shifting…toward what owners want, new research shows. According to the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC), an apartment industry organization, convenience, personalization and smart home technology are high on renters’ wish lists. In the NMHC’s 2018 Consumer Housing Insights Survey, 92 percent of respondents believe convenience and ease are important in a […]

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Apartment market tightens — here’s why that’s bad news for housing

The quarterly survey of apartment conditions by the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) is flashing a warning — at least amber, and maybe shifting orange toward red. And not just for housing, but the economy itself: The survey pattern looks ju…

Halstead Property Report shows Manhattan apartments averaging $2 million

The average price for a Manhattan apartment pushed 18 percent up through the third quarter to $2,044,287, according to a new Halstead Property Report, which also revealed average price for condos in Manhattan toppled $3 million …

Developer seeks tax incentives for Transit Village in West Palm Beach

After 20 years of planning, the massive mixed-use, transit-friendly project planned next to Tri-Rail’s downtown station in West Palm Beach is asking for an $80 million tax incentive plan. The project is slated to cost $400 million, and because the proj…