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  • 2017 RE Education Programs

    As the demand for higher education increases across industries, the number of universities with real estate-specific programs continues to grow.

    20 April 2017 09:46
  • Twin Cities’ Tight Quarters

    Rent growth exceeded the national average over the last year, due to steady employment gains, an increasing population and limited housing supply, as apartment completions slowed in 2016.

    20 April 2017 08:14
  • Seattle’s Banner Year

    The city’s vibrant economy has produced job growth in a broad range of sectors, supporting housing demand and kickstarting an apartment boom, Yardi Matrix data shows.

    19 April 2017 08:19
  • Philadelphia’s Apartment Revival

    With developers ramping up construction, multifamily demand remains strong, as the city continues to attract both Millennials and Baby Boomers looking to downsize.

    18 April 2017 10:18
  • Suburban Office Stayin’ Alive

    Despite the common narrative about the downfall of the suburban office market, the sector has actually been steadily improving since after the Great Recession, according to a recent CBRE report. Improving demand and lower supply levels have kept vacancy rates low and absorption high.

    17 April 2017 14:40
  • Currency Return

    U.S. total return over the last 10 years in various currencies

    14 April 2017 19:53
  • Development

    Change in U.S. commercial real estate under construction

    14 April 2017 19:49