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What we’re reading: Week of 5/11/20

As a resource for multifamily investors, we’ve curated news and perspectives about the multifamily industry during this period of economic flux. Following is a recent selection of our top picks for the week. We hope you find this resource helpful. The Pandemic Is Changing How The Next Wave Of Apartment Amenities Will Be Designed Asset Management teams are already considering how social distancing will impact apartment amenities, a key to attracting tenants. Read more at…

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What we’re reading: Week of 4/20/20

As a resource for multifamily investors, we’ve curated news and perspectives about the multifamily industry during this period of economic flux. Following is a recent selection of our top picks for the week. We hope you find this resource helpful. Invested in commercial real estate during the pandemic? 5 key questions answered There are many unknowns circulating within the CRE investment landscape as the coronavirus crisis unfolds. Can you tap into your equity to pay…

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Apartments will continue to be solid investments for 2020

We agree with recent forecasts that apartments will continue to be solid investments for 2020. However, investors should follow key advice from Forbes on why apartment investments will continue to thrive next year.  Takeaway advice for a successful 2020 include: setting risk tolerances understanding changing local policies keeping an eye on trends in your market For more information on IMG’s multifamily investment opportunities, email Dave Mikkelsen or call him at (971) 888-4010 ext. 108.   ABOUT…

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‘Bad’ vs ‘Balanced’ —Translating this week’s headlines

By: Karlin Conklin, Principal & Executive Vice President, Investors Management Group Published: July 19, 2019 CNBC reported this week that The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Architecture Billings Index fell into negative territory in June. The article’s headline “Bad sign for commercial real estate” is eye-catching for multifamily investors, although the message isn’t “bad” so much as “balanced.” Softer demand for architectural services points to a slowing commercial real estate pipeline. It’s unfortunate news for…

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