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By July 13, 2016 Read More →

Second-Half Surge? There’s Still Room for More Cap Rate Compression

By Jerry Ascierto, Multifamily Executive. Foreign capital, healthy risk premium continue to drive prices up and cap rates down. But for how much longer? Though transaction velocity is slowing, the second-half of the year may see something of a rally in volume—pushing capitalization rates down further. While cap rates hit another low in April—with mid- […]

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By July 9, 2016 Read More →

JPMorgan Chase buys Aurora property for ‘operations site’

by Jill Jamieson-Nichols, Colorado Real Estate Journal. JPMorgan Chase has acquired 100 acres of land in Aurora for an “operations site” scheduled to be up and running in two to three years. According to public records, the company paid $11.76 million, or $2.70 per square foot, for the land in the Aurora Crossroads Regional Activity […]

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By June 8, 2016 Read More →

Glendale apartment complex sells for $17.1 million

Molly Armbrister, Reporter, Denver Business Journal. Peregrine Place, a 65-unit apartment complex in Glendale, has sold to a local company for $17.1 million. The complex was built last year and was purchased by Mountain Capital Group from its developer. Mountain Capital Group last month sold a 10-unit Capitol Hill apartment complex for a record-per unit price of […]

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Record apartment rents: Catalyst to buy?

Record apartment rents: Catalyst to buy?

The overall average monthly apartment rent in the Denver area in the first quarter crossed $1,200 for the first time. The median monthly rent for all units also hit a record in the first quarter, according to the Denver Metro Area Apartment Vacancy and Rent Survey released on Tuesday. The average rent in the Denver […]

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The Rising Tide of Millennials and What It Might Mean for CRE
By February 15, 2015 Read More →

The Rising Tide of Millennials and What It Might Mean for CRE

By Dees Stribling, Contributing Editor. If you define “Millennials” as Americans currently between 18 and 35–those born between 1981 and 1997–then this is the year that the number of Millennials will exceed the number of Baby Boomers, which for this purpose are people born between 1946 and 1964. Those definitions and that calculation was done […]

Economy Watch: Why Smart Money’s on Multifamily
By February 15, 2015 Read More →

Economy Watch: Why Smart Money’s on Multifamily

By Dees Stribling, Contributing Editor, Multi-Housing News. For-rent multifamily is long past being the darling property type of the year for any particular year since the recession hit. It’s probably fair to say it’s the darling property type of the entire decade of the 2010s, and if the latest numbers on the industry are anything […]

3 Wild Cards for the Apartment Market in 2015
By February 15, 2015 Read More →

3 Wild Cards for the Apartment Market in 2015

The future is indeed bright for the multifamily industry this year, but storm clouds can form at a moment’s notice. By Les Shaver After what some observers would call a rebound year in 2014 (while others characterize it as the continuation of a good run), 2015 looks to be yet another year of growth for […]

Investing in Commercial Real Estate

Investing in Commercial Real Estate

Concerned about a stock bubble, some investors turn to commercial real estate. by Matt Harrington | Article Posted: June 01, 2014 During the past five years, the S&P 500 Index

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Denver – Bustling Economy Eases Concerns

Denver – Bustling Economy Eases Concerns

Denver employment will rise at one of the fastest paces in the nation this year, supporting housing demand as a wave of new inventory comes online. A highly educated workforce

Where Do Apartment Development Opportunities Exist
By December 21, 2013 Read More →

Where Do Apartment Development Opportunities Exist

It should come as no surprise to those who read this blog regularly that I have been running up yellow flags about potential overbuilding of apartments in metro Denver. At the end of the 3rd

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