Covid-19 won’t kill commercial real estate — Here’s how it’ll change it
Mortgage Professional America magazine articles
The rebound of the real estate owned housing market
Sharestates blog posts
Real Estate Hot Zones Since The COVID Pandemic
Rural Millennials: Bucking the Trend or Starting a New One?
The Way Forward With Cap Rate Spreads
The new 199a Rule: Do you Qualify for ‘Safe Harbor’ Treatment?
House flippers aren’t supposed to use 203(k), but…
Hawaii: Yes, People Actually Live There and They Need Places to Call Home
Greenwich: Why Your Boss Lives There
What’s Driving Construction Delays? ‘Labor Shortage’ Doesn’t Cover it
Buying out the landlord: Turning multifamily units into a single home pays off in the long run
Trading Spaces: How U.S.-China Tensions Affect Multifamily Housing… and How They Don’t
Houston Lures Back its Millennials
Supply-side Economics: How Fast Can we Actually Build?
The Rise — and Likely Fall — of the Foreign Investor in the U.S. Multifamily Market
Not Everyone Needs a Doorman: A Look at Working-class Multifamily Housing
Tampa Bay: Will the Good Times Keep Rolling?
Austin: The Best Little Floorspace in Texas
Dallas: Big D Gets a Big A+ For Construction Effort
Interest Rate Cuts: Mortgage Market’s Second Wind? Maybe.
Charlotte: Financial Hub, Millennial Magnet
Cleveland: The Major League City’s Late-Inning Comeback
Detroit: Don’t Forget the Motor City
Los Angeles County: Where Multifamily Is Becoming the Only Option
New Guidelines Make Opportunity Zone Investment Rules Clearer, More Attractive
The Bronx: An All-American City
Chicago: City of Broad Shoulders Could Still Use More Elbow Room… Maybe
Brooklyn: Nothing is Hip Forever
Houston: Is ‘Space City’ Running out of Housing Space?
Understanding the Regulations in Real Estate Crowdfunding
Is Baltimore’s Housing Market Verging on an Epic Comeback?
Investment Returns From Smaller Cities Anything But ‘Secondary’
Queens: No Longer New York’s Slice of ‘Flyover Country’
Philadelphia: Slowing Construction Leads to Higher Rents
Capital Gains: Metro Washington’s Multifamily Market Gets the Popular Vote
For Rent: Half of the State of New Jersey