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- Multifamily Chicago Report - April 23, 2019
- Low Unemployment Fuels Housing Demand, Favors Apartments - March 20, 2019
- Illinois Rent Control Webcast Tomorrow - March 19, 2019
Overall, materials prices keep rising faster than inflation. But what’s worse is that prices for individual construction materials are unpredictable from month to month. The price of lumber and diesel fuel has fallen sharply, for now. But new policies from the U.S. government continue to jolt the markets, from possible sanctions on oil-producing countries like Venezuela to government tariffs on imported steel. Continue reading "Volatility in Construction Materials Pricing Is Putting Strain on Multifamily Developers"
Marcus and Millichap closes more real estate investment sales than any other brokerage firm—over 60% of which involve a 1031 Exchange. Our leading market position, coupled with extensive investor relationships, gives us access to the largest pool of qualified buyers, including exchange buyers.
We don’t just market properties; we make a market for each property we represent. Our innovative communications network (MNet) allows us to present your property to more qualified investors than any other Broker. The process is orchestrated to maximize a competitive bidding environment to proactively solicit higher sales prices for your property.
Even if there is an economic downturn in the near future, the apartment sector is likely to hold up, according to industry experts. Continue reading "The U.S. Apartment Sector Would Continue to Remain Strong Even in a Recession"