The story of Denver’s Union Station neighborhood has always been indivisible from its namesake — the landmark railroad terminal that has faced a fair share of trials and triumphs in its journey to the present.
Even before the pandemic, affordable housing was in short supply.
Real estate developers have responded to the pandemic by placing greater emphasis on health and wellness, and in Southern California, one apartment community is leading the way forward.
Amazon launches a $2 billion commitment to preserve and create over 20,000 affordable housing units in communities it calls home.
Depreciation is a powerful tax benefit of multifamily investment.
The ability to make needed improvements to public facilities and infrastructure results in a better quality of life for the citizens and increased revenues for the public agency.
Home inspections give potential homebuyers more insight into their future purchase.
Homeownership by millennials will continue to climb as they navigate the current market.
In all of the pro-and-con media hype around the program, many forget that its underlying purpose was to funnel financial resources toward in-need lower-income communities.
While the number of pet-friendly units comprises only a small percentage of the overall market, the six-month moving average for the number of dog-friendly units in New York City has, as of October 2020, increased 60% year-over-year, according to UrbanDigs.