Real Estate Crowdfunding Seen Topping $2.5 Billion in ’15

Published: Mar 08, 2015

by Nadja Brandt Property crowdfunding, in which large amounts of money are raised through small contributions, is probably going to climb from $1.01 billion last year and $396.4 million in 2013, Los Angeles-based Massolution said in a report released Tuesday….

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Published: Feb 12, 2015

Renters outnumber homeowners in nine of America’s 11 largest cities, according to a survey released today by the Census Bureau and NYU’s Furman Center for Real Estate. And Miami (above) stripped NYC of its “renting capital” title, with65% of Miamians renting…

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Renters Are Majority in Big U.S. Cities

Published: Feb 11, 2015

American cities—and not just the priciest ones—are more and more the domain of renters.   Renters made up the majority of the population in cities at the core of nine of the nation’s 11 largest metro areas in 2013, a…

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Boom Enthusiasm Extends From Residential to Other Sectors

Published: Feb 04, 2015

Eleazar David Melendez, Daily Business Review Cranes sprouting the skyline of Brickell as new condo construction risesJ. Albert DiazSales were slowing, closings fell apart and financing partners backed off. Without admitting misgivings, some developers would coyly “ask what they needed…

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Top Multifamily Markets in 2015

Published: Feb 03, 2015

PALM SPRINGS, CA—From the Northeast to the West, panelists at NMHC’s Apartment Strategies Outlook Conference here last week gave an overview of where the hot spots are and where rent growth is cooling for apartments. During the panel “The Markets:…

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Renters are Pushing for Larger Apartments

Published: Jan 26, 2015

Wall Street Joiurnal By LAURA KUSISTO American renters are starting to push back against the shrinking size of apartments, prompting some developers to begin building bigger units. At this week’s International Builders Show, architects and developers said they are seeing more…

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Why 2015 Will Be the Year of the Builder

Published: Jan 25, 2015

By Ben Miller, Co-Founder & CEO, Fundrise A short time ago, many single-family home fix-and-flippers were getting construction loans for 65% to 75% of the total cost of the renovation at 12% annual interest rates. These terms attracted many major…

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